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© AFP - FATHI NASRI Clashes broke out between police officers and demonstrators in Tataouine, in the south of Tunisia, Sunday June 21, 2020. Clashes broke out Sunday between police and demonstrators gathered to demand jobs in Tataouine, in the south of Tunisia. The police force fired tear gas on Sunday 20 June in Tataouine in Tunisia to disperse demonstrators demanding jobs and the release of an activist who threw stones at them and blocked roads with flaming tires.
While six police officers from the Seine-Saint-Denis Security and Intervention Company (CSI 93) were arrested and placed in police custody this Monday morning, the Paris police prefect, Didier Lallement, announces "to hire a reflection on the reorganization of the police units of the CSI 93 ”, one indicates in prefecture of police.
According to our information, six officials of this company were arrested at home on Monday. According to information from BFM Paris, they were the subject of an "investigation opened in 2019 on the grounds of theft, forcible confinement, transport and use of narcotic drugs as well as forgery in public writing".
The IGPN in charge of the investigation
"If faulty behavior were likely to be confirmed, they would call for sanctions," said the Paris police headquarters.
Still according to the news channel, these police officers were first wiretapped, “then the investigation was entrusted to the IGPN. The arrests were planned for the spring but were postponed because of the health crisis ”.
Security: Prime Minister Jean Castex shows his support for the police at La Courneuve .
Before the Paris police prefect, Didier Lallement, the new head of government stressed the importance of "public security" © AFP The Premier Minister Jean Castex met with police at La Courneuve on July 5, 2020.