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” The government is preparing for the dismantling of la lande-de-Calais, and it will go until the end “, has promised François Hollande, Monday, September 26, before the forces of the order gathered at the headquarters of the gendarmerie mobile of the city. The head of State has confirmed, on the spot, his promise of ” to dismantle completely, definitely the camp of the moor. This is an operation that is necessarily exceptional because we are in an exceptional situation “ he said.
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The president meant ” greet all the forces of police, gendarmerie, firefighters “
and remember that the executive had, according to him, ” for 2014, (…) continued to strengthen the effective “. Trying to reassure the population of the ” Calaisis, if proven by a situation that has lasted for too long, ” : ” the Calaisiens and calaisiennes have suffered the consequences in their daily lives and have been faced with a situation sécuraire particularly difficult to live “, he said. But, also, beyond the about safe, deliver a political message.
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” Manipulation “
Five days after the arrival of Nicolas Sarkozy to Calais, where the latter had promised to ” the problem of the jungle at the end of the summer of 2017 “ if by chance he was elected, Mr. Holland has held ” take as much as possible a distance from a manipulation and a controversy that also turn their backs on the values of the republic “.
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After the debate on the release of migrants on the territory has taken a turn highly political, in recent days, Mr Hollande has sworn to it :
” We’re not going to dismantle a camp of 7,000 people, multiply other camps all over the terrirtoire. It comes to the actual centers, hard, limited in number, 40 to 50 people, able to provide support for procedures adminsitratives. This is what is worthy, what is firm for France to ensure its duties. “