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US News Gérald Darmanin reaffirms his confidence in Didier Lallement after the evacuation of Place de la République

17:35  25 november  2020
17:35  25 november  2020 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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France's Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin , has reiteratied his confidence in Paris police chief, Didier Lallement , two days after the violent evacuation of a demonstration of migrants and exiles at Paris' Place de la République .

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  Gérald Darmanin réaffirme sa confiance à Didier Lallement après l’évacuation de la place de la République © Copyright 2020, L'Obs

Two days after the violent evacuation of a migrant camp by the police in Paris , the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin renewed this Wednesday, December 25 his confidence in the Paris police chief Didier Lallement and his support for the police and gendarmes, ensuring that "those who mess around are punished".

"There were unacceptable gestures on the part of some police officers [which I think] that justice must seize", admitted on France 2 the minister, who had qualified the images of police violence which had circulated Monday of "shocking".

"The public prosecutor made it for a gesture that you saw

[a policeman tripped over a migrant, note]. The IGPN does it for other things. I will make these reports public and if this is ever verified, I will take sanctions. "

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? Place de la République: "This evacuation was legitimate. I am not going to condemn either all of the police officers ... https://t.co/0qQiDXLQQY

—infofrance2 (@Info France 2) " Shocking images ": Darmanin against "Article 24"?

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"I will not condemn either all the police and gendarmes who intervened in this square , nor the prefect of police, for the deeds of a few ”, he added, considering that one cannot“ draw from a few unacceptable gestures conclusions on all of what the police do, including understood that evening. "

Two investigations opened

Gérald Darmanin added that a well-trained police officer" must have a code of ethics "and" not make unacceptable gestures, because the police of the Republic to what is called legitimate violence, it does it in our name. ”According to him, there is no tolerance for them. ives: "Those who mess around are punished and I refuse to punish all the police officers in France," he insisted again.

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The Paris public prosecutor's office on Tuesday, November 24 opened two investigations into this violence: one relating to a trip to a migrant by a policeman, the other on beatings by a policeman on a journalist of the online media Brut.

After having received "a detailed report" from Prefect Lallement on the operation, Gérald Darmanin on Tuesday asked the General Inspectorate of the National Police (IGPN), the "police police", to give him "within 48 hours" the conclusions of its investigation into the violence observed.

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