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Ireland Justin Trudeau, knee on the ground with anti-racism protesters

01:05  06 june  2020
01:05  06 june  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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Le Premier ministre canadien Justin Trudeau met un genou à terre lors d'une manifestation contre le racisme devant le Parlement à Ottawa, le 5 juin 2020 © Dave Chan Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau kneel on the ground during an anti-racism demonstration outside Parliament in Ottawa, June 5, 2020

Posing One knee on the ground, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau joined thousands of protesters in Ottawa on Friday to speak out against racism and police violence after the death of George Floyd in the United States.

Black mask on the face, Justin Trudeau several times put his knee on the ground, the last one for 8 minutes 46 seconds, the time that the torture of George Floyd lasted under the knee of the white policeman Derek Chauvin, despite his pleas.

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The protests over the death of George Floyd, an African American choked to death by a police officer during detention, have reached such proportions they have drawn attention of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet.

The Prime Minister joined the rally in front of the Parliament in tribute to this black father, whose death sparked a worldwide movement of revolt and protests. He was accompanied by the Minister responsible for the Family, Ahmed Hussen.

White shirt, black pants, Mr. Trudeau was holding in his hands a black t-shirt struck with the white inscription "Black Lives Matter" given to him by demonstrators.

He did not address the crowd, but he nodded his head several times in approval, also applauding the speeches made on the microphone chanting "Black Lives Matter" and calling for "change now".

"In recent weeks, we have seen that a large number of Canadians have suddenly realized that discrimination is a reality experienced by too many of our fellow citizens and something that must stop," said earlier. during the day Justin Trudeau.

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gave a lengthy pause when asked about the use of tear gas on protesters in the US, adding that Canadians were watching their southern neighbour Mr Trudeau has long been careful not to criticise his counterpart as Canada relies on the US for 75% of exports.

"There is too much racism all over the world, in France, in the United States, in Canada. It is important to oppose it if we want it to change", told AFP Stéphane Kribodo, one of the protesters.

Several thousand people also demonstrated in Toronto and other cities in Canada against racism and police violence.

Toronto black police chief Mark Saunders also knelt on the ground as he met protesters in the downtown area. "We see you and we hear you," he said.

Premier of Ontario Doug Ford commended the Chief of Police for his "incredible leadership".

Earlier this week, Justin Trudeau was speechless for more than 20 seconds, when pressured by a reporter to comment on Donald Trump's attitude toward anti-racism protests. The Canadians are watching the situation in the United States with "horror", he finally reaffirmed.

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