World Paris. The police prefecture prevents the installation of a homeless migrant camp
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In Paris, the police prefecture prevented the installation of a homeless migrant camp on the parvis of the Hotel-de-Ville. The UTOPIA 56 association calls for accommodation solutions.
Between seventy-one shelter-free exiles helped by anhave attempted to occupy Thursday, October 28 the forecourt of the Town of to claim an , then That the police prevented the installation of the camp, noted a reporter from AFP.
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The surroundings of the Paris town hall located in the Ive Arrondissement were invested at approximately 1:30 pm by the Utopia 56 Association activists and migrants, mainly families from sub-Saharan Africa.
A few minutes later, from 2 pm, the police prefecture quickly came to prevent the installation of an illicit camp, "she said on Twitter.
"It's really an emergency»
The goal is to get accommodation for these people who have been on the street for several weeks, explained to AFP Kerill Theurilla, Utopia coordinator 56 in Paris.
Our solidarity hosting network has been submerged for several weeks with more than a hundred people to take care of each evening. It's really an emergency, added the associative activist before being put away from the police gathering with other volunteers. This is a new punching action in the capital for Utopia 56.
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in July, with the collective requisitions, which wishes to make visible these exiles to the street and which part of Utopia 56, 600 homeless S ' were installed on the very chic place des Vosges. In September, 1,200 people, mainly migrants, had camped at the edge of Ile-de-France prefecture.
"I am tired"
It is demanding that the prefecture (region, NDLR) grants places of accommodation to these people, told AFP Pierre Mathurin, also coordinator of the association in Paris, who emphasizes the situations vulnerability experienced by migrants present Thursday in Paris. Solicited, neither the town hall nor the region prefecture had reacted in the immediate future.
For four years I sleep outside, explains Mariam Sangare, 33, from Côte d'Ivoire, eight months and mother of a one-year-old girl.
often, the day welcome is closed. I am tired, she adds to the AFP, at the moment when the red, blue and green tents installed on the forecourt were gradually removed by the police, embedded in a trivialized truck.
I lost my house in 2020. I call all the time on the 115 but they have no place. We have no place to sleep, also explains to AFP Ornella Moulaka, Congolese 26, sit on the ground. It usually passes the night in a park near Bercy.
His 7 year old daughter in his arms, this mother challenges the police, massaged around the protesters: freedom, equality, fraternity: that's it? We will not move from here.
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