US News Paris: Several hundred migrants set up camp at Place de la République

00:45  24 november  2020
00:45  24 november  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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Police in Paris have cleared out a temporary migrant camp set up in the middle of the French capital, clashing with pro- migrant protesters. The demonstrators say the migrants set up the camp to demand accommodation. Rows of identical tents sprung up on the Place de la République in central

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Migrants wandering around Paris since the dismantling of a large exile camp

Plusieurs centaines de migrants montent un campement place de la République à Paris. © AFP Several hundred migrants set up camp at Place de la République in Paris. MOBILIZATION - Migrants wandering around Paris since the dismantling of a large exile camp

Hundreds and hundreds of tents set up on Place de la République. This Monday evening, several hundred migrants , wandering since the dismantling of a large exile camp last week, set up a camp in the center of Paris to be in turn sheltered in the midst of the pandemic of coronavirus .

“We were in the camp, we were fired the day the others were taken to the buses (to be sheltered) and since then we are again in the street where the police does not let us sleep, ”said Mahdi Jafari, a 19-year-old Afghan man, setting up his tent around 7 pm.

Dismantling of a migrant camp in Paris: Jadot denounces "a liberticidal drift"

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Migrants have set up a makeshift camp at the site of a Paris attack tribute. The Afghan asylum seekers are protesting the lack of housing for migrants . The migrants have laid down mattresses and blankets at the busy Place de la Republique in Paris , where tens of thousands held a march of

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Police officers remove tents

"They were left on the floor and invisible, but they too need accommodation, especially in the midst of a health crisis", added Maël de Marcellus, Parisian manager of the association Utopia56, who helped the exiles, almost exclusively Afghans, to set up 500 tents in this central square in the capital.

Video: Paris: hundreds of migrants settle in Place de la République, the police intervene (Dailymotion)

But from 8 p.m., the police began to remove some of the tents, sometimes with exiles still inside, and to the boos of activists and migrants. However, according to associations for the defense of migrants, the 400 to 500 migrants who settled in Place de la République “will not leave until an accommodation solution is found”

Migrants evacuated in Paris: "The orders given to the police officers in the face of these exiles are a shame"

 Migrants evacuated in Paris: © Copyright 2020, L'Obs On the evening of Monday 23 November, hundreds of migrants, accompanied by their associative support, posed their tents on the Place de la République in Paris . The evening ended in tension and violent clashes with police, with law enforcement confiscating makeshift shelters. Behind the images deemed "shocking" by the Interior Ministry Gérald Darmanin himself, there is the precarious situation of thousands of homeless asylum seekers.

SOT PREFET de POLICE Paris :Police forces will be in place and they will systematically check Under no condition will they be allowed to set up camp again in these areas.For, again, they are Paris : des camps de migrants autour du centre de La Chapelle - Продолжительность: 1:16 AFP

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Dismantling of a camp in Saint-Denis

More than 3,000 people, mainly Afghan men, had benefited from sheltering in reception centers or gymnasiums in Ile-de-France last Tuesday, at the end of the dismantling of a very large informal camp which had been formed since the summer under a motorway slip road near the Stade de France, in Saint-Denis (Seine-Saint-Denis).

But between 500 and 1,000 people had not benefited from this operation and had since been wandering the streets on the outskirts of Paris, according to the associations that come to their aid and which notably denounce police abuses.

Last week, the video broadcast by a journalist of the forced wandering of some of these exiles, forced to walk all night surrounded by police officers who refuse to let them settle down to sleep, in particular sparked a wave of indignation in the associative and political environment.

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Producer beaten up in Paris. Gérald Darmanin will ask for "the dismissal" of the police .
© Thomas Coex / AFP Gérald Darmanin on the France 2 set this Thursday, November 26. Invited this Thursday, November 26 from France 2, the Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin, announced that he is requesting the dismissal of the police officers involved. So far, three police officers have been suspended.

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