Ireland Global security: forbidden to march for “freedoms”, opponents call for a parade

21:20  26 november  2020
21:20  26 november  2020 Source:   liberation.fr

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Manifestation contre la loi sécurité globale. © STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN Demonstration against the global security law. Private demonstration Saturday by the police prefecture for health reasons, the # StopLoiS SécuritéGlobale coordination boycotted a meeting with Castex this Thursday.

The "march of freedoms" scheduled for Saturday in Paris to protest against the comprehensive security law was banned by decree, published Thursday evening by the police headquarters . According to the prefect of police of the capital, Didier Lallement, the sanitary conditions are not met for a demonstration "considering that the virus particularly affects the territory of Paris and those of the departments of the small crown". Only a static gathering was authorized, Place de la République. According to the request filed in the prefecture by the journalists' unions (SNJ, SNJ-CGT, CFDT-Journalists, SGJ-FO), the demonstration was to start from the Place de République to reach the Place de la Bastille, between 2 and 6 p.m.

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The prefect of police specifies that "only participations organized in a static manner are likely to avoid the mixing of populations and therefore prevent the spread of the virus, or at least slow it down considerably, if they are organized in sufficiently large outdoor spaces. so that the minimum distance of 1 meter between two people can be easily respected, ”referring to recommendations from the Ile-de-France regional health agency, dating from 9 November.

"Fallacious pretext"

For its part, the coordination # StopLoiS SécuritéGlobale, already organizer of the demonstration at the Place du Trocadéro on Saturday, maintained its desire to march on the planned route on Saturday. "We will go and we will march to defend this freedom," she wrote in a statement shared on social networks Thursday evening. "The pretext according to which a static rally would be less conducive to the spread of the virus than a march seems fallacious to us," explains David Dufresne, representative of the Society of Film Directors and member of the # StopLoiS SécuritéGlobale coordination.

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Prefect Lallement has decided to ban the March of Freedoms. Coordination # StopLoiS SécuritéGlobale wrote this letter to Prefect Lallement. #MarcheDesLibertes pic.twitter.com/TvFkZwVC6n

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This collective is made up of journalists 'unions, journalists' societies, NGOs and associations (Amnesty, the Human Rights League), companies of filmmakers and documentarists but also representatives of victims of police violence such as Christian Chouviat . Received Monday by the Interior Ministry, about fifteen of its representatives ended up slamming the door of the meeting with Gerald Darmanin accusing the minister of "denial" .

At the exit, the collective had asked to be received by Jean Castex. The meeting, scheduled for Thursday at 5 p.m., will ultimately take place without the journalists' unions. Faced with the ban on the parade, the coordination to which they belong announced its refusal to participate in this meeting in Matignon with the Prime Minister and Roselyne Bachelot, Minister of Culture, as well as other employers' organizations of the press and Reporters Without Borders .

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Beyond the protection of press freedom

“We would have liked a republican dialogue. By forbidding this freedom, you have deprived us of this dialogue to which we wanted to participate. Social dialogue, democracy, that is all we, journalists, directors, citizens aspire to. You don’t want it. We will defend it, ”concludes the coordination in its press release.

Their participation in this meeting was still under debate Thursday, before the ban on the parade decided them to cancel. "Matignon wanted to restrict the number of representatives of the coordination there too for health reasons, whereas we were received at fifteen, Monday, place Beauvau", pleads David Dufresne. The presence of representatives of civil society (the League of Human Rights in particular) was thus debated with Matignon, the coordination explaining that the issue of the global security law lies beyond the simple protection of freedom. of the press. Without the presence of citizens' representatives, this amounts to "isolating journalists while we are not fighting for journalists but for the right to inform and to be informed", explained SNJ General Secretary Dominique Pradalié to AFP. Saturday, in addition to the "March of freedoms" in Paris, rallies are planned in several cities in France.

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