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US News "Global security" law: the march planned for Saturday in Paris is prohibited by the prefecture

13:35  26 november  2020
13:35  26 november  2020 Source:   francetvinfo.fr

Demonstration in Paris against the “global security” law. Four police custody still in progress

 Demonstration in Paris against the “global security” law. Four police custody still in progress © EPA / MAXPPP / MOHAMMED BADRA Demonstration in Paris against the law on "global security" on November 17th. Suspected of damage and throwing projectiles, four people are still in police custody after the clashes which took place at the end of the rally against the “global security” law in Paris on Tuesday.

A French gendarme stands guard outside the National Assembly in Paris as the French Parliament votes, November 24, 2020. The bill also allows for greater powers for French police and the deployment of surveillance drones to ensure the law is upheld.

The new law prohibits the distribution on social networks and in the media of any images or videos The purpose of the law project is to protect police officers from threats of persecution by Islamists On Saturday , he wrote on his Twitter that ” It is in no way intended to accredit or authorize a journalist to

On the other hand, if walking is prohibited between the Place de la République and the Place de la Bastille, the gathering "can be held on the of the Republic in Paris ", according to the order of the prefecture.

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The march planned for Saturday 28 November in Paris by several journalists' unions against the adoption by the National Assembly of the controversial "global security" law , is prohibited, franceinfo learned Thursday via a press release. "The declared route of the event planned by Emmanuel Vire and Dominique Pradalie, Saturday November 28 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. is prohibited between Place de la République and Place de la Bastille", details the order of the prefecture.

In Paris, the public prosecutor's office and the police headquarters reaffirm their mobilization against crack

 In Paris, the public prosecutor's office and the police headquarters reaffirm their mobilization against crack If it remains “quantitatively marginal” and “very localized” in certain districts of the capital, the phenomenon remains “very visible”. authorities.

The proposed legislation, currently being debated by the French parliament, seeks to criminalize photographing or filming the police with intent to cause harm. It would also reportedly give more autonomy to local police, arm more officers nationwide and expand the use of surveillance drones in

Journalists' unions opposed to a proposed new " Global Security " law walk out of a meeting with French Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin. They say their concerns have fallen on deaf ears and are now appealing to French Prime Minister Jean Castex.

On the other hand, if walking is prohibited between the two places, the gathering - him - "can take place at Place de la République in Paris."

Against article 24

The National Union of Journalists (SNJ), the National Union of Journalists CGT (SNJ-CGT), the CFDT Journalists and the General Union of FO Journalists (SGJ-FO) had planned to demonstrate this Saturday to contest "the adoption Tuesday by the National Assembly of the bill tabled by the group the Republic in motion relating to global security".

In particular in line of sight: article 24 which punishes the dissemination of images , with the aim of harming his physical or mental integrity, face or any other element of identification of an official the national police or a member of the national gendarmerie when acting in the context of a police operation. The rally was to start at 2 p.m. Place de la République and end at 6 p.m. Place de la Bastille.

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"Comprehensive security" law: A photographer injured during the "March for freedoms", AFP calls for an investigation .
AFP called for a police investigation after one of its collaborators, the Syrian photographer Ameer al Halbi , was injured during the demonstration against the "global security" law © Aude Lorriaux A poster during the demonstration against police violence, Sunday, November 29 in Paris.

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