Monday, November 7, 2016

New gatherings of police officers in Melun, and Grenoble – The World

” Between 250 and 280 officials ” met in the evening of Monday in the city of Seine-et-Marne. Earlier in the day, they were a hundred in Isère.

Despite a reflux seen in recent days, the mobilization of police officers continues. New events have in fact taken place Monday, November 7, at Melun, in the paris region, as well as in Grenoble.

The gathering of Melun (Seine-et-Marne) took place in the evening in front of the headquarters of the departmental Directorate of public security, ” in civilian dress “ and without a vehicle labeled “police,” said a police source to the Agence France-Presse.

An officer who participated recorded ” between 250 and 280 officials “. This appointment ” asyndical and apolitical “ was completed shortly before 23 hours, according to the same source. the ” The colleagues have sung La Marseillaise, there has been no speech “, she added.

Some police officers on the spot were holding placards expressing their support to their colleagues in Saint-Pierre-lès-Nemours, after a female police officer was violently struck by a stolen car in this commune of the Seine-et-Marne last week. The two occupants of the vehicle have since been indicted and arrested.

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Attack with Molotov cocktails

in Grenoble, about a hundred people gathered in the quiet, at noon, in front of the prefecture of the Isère, according to a police source. The movement of growling police is born after an attack with Molotov cocktails against four officials at Viry-Châtillon (Essonne). Two of them were seriously burned.

He made oil stain with protests in several towns of France since October 17, before experiencing an ebb, with, however, still rallies punctual. On 26 October, the minister of the interior announced a budget of 250 million euro and measures relating in particular to self-defence.

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