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US News In Lille, the police apply the first penalties for non-compliance with the curfew

14:20  18 october  2020
14:20  18 october  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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Quelque 12.000 policiers et gendarmes sont mobilisés partout en France pour faire respecter le couvre-feu entré en vigueur samedi. Nous avons suivi une équipe à Lille, entre contrôles et premières verbalisations. Reportage. © Maximilien Carlier / Europe 1 Some 12,000 police and gendarmes are mobilized throughout France to enforce the curfew that came into effect on Saturday. We followed a team in Lille, between checks and first verbalizations. Reportage.

"Sir good evening, please switch off the ignition. Do you know that there is a curfew in France? You will be fined for not respecting the curfew." It was the first major test for the some 12,000 police and gendarmes responsible for enforcing the curfew in France, which concerns nearly 20 million people. Unless there is an exemption, it is forbidden to go out between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. in the Paris region and in 8 large metropolitan areas, including Lille, where Europe 1 followed the first checks.

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In a few minutes, the streets have emptied. A screed of lead fell on the capital of Flanders. To enforce the curfew, a hundred police officers were mobilized in the Lille metropolis. € 135 fine and checks on motorists and pedestrians.

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Which sometimes leads to some tension, like this dialogue between a young woman and a police officer: "I am homeless, I have no paper on me ... what do you want to do? - You are asked to provide proof of identity and proof. - I don't have any! - Okay, so you will be fined by the colleagues who are over there. "We do not have to believe that she is homeless. She is made up, prepared ... I think she is trying to bluff us," said Jean-François Papineau, boss of the Northern police.

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"It is 9:10 pm, you can see that I am playing the game"

In the almost empty streets, there are only delivery men on bicycles or scooters. But a few kebabs and pizzerias stay open after 9 p.m., with people inside. "I have clients, I can't pull them by the colback and throw them out. I told them they had to get out! You can see that I'm playing along. It's 9:10 pm. It's already difficult. for us, and for 10 minutes, you come to me ...! ", indignant a boss of establishment. "Sir. We find that at 9:00 p.m. your establishment is not closed. We draw conclusions from what we find. We have nothing more to tell you."

An assumed firmness, assures Michel Lalande, prefect of Hauts-de-France. "We were in pedagogy last night. Tonight, we are no longer in pedagogy: we are in practical work." Overall, the curfew was observed. Now remains to be held lengthwise.

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© Francois Lenoir Brussels Curfew late in Brussels, more than two out of three French people now ordered to stay at home in the evening, cap of the 10,000 deaths crossed in Germany: Europe is hit by the second wave of the coronavirus and restrictions are multiplying on Saturday on the Old Continent.

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