US News Ile-de-France: The ZAD du Triangle de Gonesse was evacuated smoothly
Paris. The street-artist Obey adds a blue tear on the face of his Marianne
© 165106 / PIXABAY The artist has taken up the message of the collective at the origin of the damage. Illustrative photo. The restored version of the gigantic fresco by street artist Obey, located in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, was unveiled on Monday February 15. While a collective painted red tears on the face of their Marianne to denounce government policies last December, the artist added a blue tear.
This site had been occupied for seventeen days to protest against the creation of a future metro station for Grand ParisSOCIETE - This site had been occupied for seventeen days to protest against the creation of a future Grand Paris metro station
The(Val-d'Oise) was evacuated smoothly on Tuesday by means of a large police force deployed on this site, which has been occupied for seventeen days to protest against the creation of a future Grand Paris metro station , AFP learned from activists.
“The buses are leaving, with people inside,” said Bernard Loup, president of the Collectif pour le Triangle de Gonesse (CPTG), which is not at the origin of this illegal occupation. but actively supported her.
4,000 police and gendarmes deployed this weekend in Île-de-France for checks
© Copyright 2021, L'Obs “No slackening despite the good weather. "In order to avoid a picnic effect (after the aperitif effect, the Christmas effect and the galette des rois effect) during this weekend at spring temperatures, the Paris police headquarters announced this Friday, February 18 strengthening of controls. INFOGRAPHICS. Is the 6 p.m. curfew effective? From 6 p.m.
"The CRS arrived around 6 am"
"There was no violence or confrontation" between the thirty occupiers and the police who came in large numbers, he specified. "The CRS arrived around 6 am, we are surrounded, they invaded the ZAD", a militant on the spot had testified a little earlier to AFP.
Since February 7, a handful of citizens - and up to a hundred on weekends - have occupied this land on which makeshift huts have been built. They defend an alternative agricultural project and denounce the artificialization of these lands considered fertile, which will accommodate the, as well as a possible activity zone with still unclear outlines. On Friday, the Pontoise court ordered the immediate evacuation of the land, owned by the Ile-de-France Public Land Establishment (EPFIF).
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"We must stop talking about ecological transition, we must do it"
"The government will have to explain why it is maintaining this station and what it will be used for. We must stop talking about ecological transition, we must do it now! ”Urged Bernard Loup. “The fight will continue,” he added.
(Seine-Saint-Denis) to Roissy-CDG airport in 2030, via the Triangle de Gonesse, where it was initially intended to serve the Europacity mega-shopping and leisure complex .
But since Emmanuel Macron announced in November 2019 the abandonment of this flagship project, the fate of these 280 hectares of agricultural land, strategically located about fifteen kilometers north of Paris, remains uncertain.
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