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US News "Global security" law: why Macron is cleaning Darmanin

15:25  01 december  2020
15:25  01 december  2020 Source:   europe1.fr

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.

Demonstrators protest against the global security law , at the Place de la Republique in Paris President Emmanuel Macron is backing away from plans to make it harder to film the French police Macron and his hardline Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin have repeatedly denied systemic racism

IN THE PRESS- Monday, 30.11.2020: On the left and on the right, papers are saying the French president is trapped by Article 24 of his global security law . We also discuss how incidents of police brutality and violence just keep popping up.

The President of the Republic on Monday evening reframed the Prime Minister and several ministers, including Gérald Darmanin, at the heart of the crisis over police violence. But Emmanuel Macron did not want to target only his Minister of the Interior, in order to preserve a key asset in his race for re-election in 2022.

Emmanuel Macron is angry. The President of the Republic does not really appreciate the sequence on police violence, further marked by the withdrawal of article 24 of the "Global security" law , article supposed to regulate the dissemination of images of members of the forces of order in exercise. The Head of State thus summoned Jean Castex , Gérald Darmanin , Eric Dupond-Morett i, Roselyne Bachelot and the group presidents LREM, MoDem and Agir at the Elysée on Monday. He told them of his anger at what he called a "co-produced" crisis.

Long before the violence at Place de la République, Emmanuel Macron spoke of “dignified” accommodation for migrants

 Long before the violence at Place de la République, Emmanuel Macron spoke of “dignified” accommodation for migrants © Copyright 2020, L'Obs Images of the police who violently evacuate the camp of migrants barely established on the Place de la République, in Paris, shocked . The particularly muscular operation against this installation supervised by associations, while migrants were wandering in the streets of Paris since the evacuation of another camp north of the capital, gives a very particular echo to the comments made by Emmanuel Macron, in July 2017, during a speech find in the video below.

IN THE PRESS- Monday, 30.11.2020: On the left and on the right, papers are saying the French president is trapped by Article 24 of his global security law . We also discuss how incidents of police brutality and violence just keep popping up.

IN THE PRESS- Monday, 30.11.2020: On the left and on the right, papers are saying the French president is trapped by Article 24 of his global security law . We also discuss how incidents of police brutality and violence just keep popping up.

Le président de la République a recadré lundi soir le Premier ministre et plusieurs ministres, dont Gérald Darmanin, au cœur de la crise sur les violences policières. Mais Emmanuel Macron n’a pas voulu cibler uniquement son ministre de l’intérieur, afin de préserver un atout maître dans sa course à la réélection en 2022. © LUDOVIC MARIN / POOL / AFP The President of the Republic reframed Monday evening the Prime Minister and several ministers, including Gérald Darmanin, at the heart of the crisis over police violence. But Emmanuel Macron did not want to target only his Minister of the Interior, in order to preserve a key asset in his race for re-election in 2022.


In his search for a way out of the crisis, the Head of State n However, he does not intend to change course on security. And he does not let go of Gerald Darmanin. Because this collective reframing was also intended to save a political map. And the anger of the President of the Republic shown to both the Prime Minister and the Minister of the Interior actually preserves Gerald Darmanin, according to several sources within the majority.

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

 Gérald Darmanin reaffirms his confidence in Didier Lallement after the evacuation of 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".

IN THE PRESS- Monday, 30.11.2020: On the left and on the right, papers are saying the French president is trapped by Article 24 of his global security law . We also discuss how incidents of police brutality and violence just keep popping up.

IN THE PRESS- Monday, 30.11.2020: On the left and on the right, papers are saying the French president is trapped by Article 24 of his global security law . We also discuss how incidents of police brutality and violence just keep popping up.

Play appeasement

By emphasizing that public opinion broadly supports the comprehensive security bill, the president implicitly confirms it: he does not intend to part ways with his interior minister. But according to our information, at the most state level the minister has been asked to play appeasement.

Because Gerald Darmanin remains a crucial political card for the Head of State who needs the elected representative of Tourcoing to speak to the center-right with a view to 2002. This crisis shows once again the difficulty of bringing together two sensibilities different within the majority. Emmanuel Macron reminded the main government ministers on Monday of his political motto: order and freedom. Yet another attempt to regenerate its principle of "at the same time". A principle that is increasingly difficult to translate for macronists.

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Bertrand accuses Macron of having "let go of the police" by speaking of "police violence" .
© Copyright 2020, L'Obs Xavier Bertrand, the ex-LR president of the Hauts-de-France region, denounced Sunday the "fault" which "is not forgivable" of Emmanuel Macron who, according to him, "let go of the police" by agreeing to speak of "police violence". The President of the Republic admitted on Friday that there was "violence by the police", an expression he said he preferred to that of "police violence", which he said has become "a slogan".

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