Entertainment Paris: The Fronde against the new Austerlitz station amplifies
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"Obsolete by his gigantism", "in full contradiction with the Acceleration of the climate crisis or the recent health crisis ". The rather scathing observation of Jean-Baptiste Olivier (LR), elected of the XIII, councilor of Paris. And the controversy goes up.
The ecologists and elected right in the first line
this Tuesday Midi, elected official and left, including Jean-Baptiste Olivier but also the ecologist Julien Bayou, National Secretary of EELV as well as residents, associations of defense Heritage As Sos Paris, the incoprupibles gathered under the windows of Anne Hidalgo (PS) at the Town Hall (IVE) to request the revision of the Austerlitz Railway Redevelopment project.
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The small hundred protesters deployed some signs: "Austerlitz station, not to the climate waterloo," No to the wall "," No to the mall "...
a station totally changed
of this" shopping center where one can buy macaroons but no train tickets », Julien Bayou tackle, the construction site, in the pipes for nearly 15 years encompasses a 300 m long 37 m high building, 50,000 m2 of offices, a hotel, a hotel, a hotel, a hotel, a hotel Student residence, 140 family social housing and nearly 20,000 m2 of shops.
French probe of police station killing focused on motive
RAMBOUILLET, France (AP) — Anti-terrorism investigators questioned three people who were detained after a police official was fatally stabbed Friday at a police station outside Paris, seeking Saturday to establish a motive, if the attacker had ties to an extremist group and whether he acted alone. A steady stream of people bearing flowers handed the bouquets to police officers in the quiet town of Rambouillet. The police station where the 49-year-old National Police administrative employee publicly identified only as Stephanie was killed remained blocked off to the public. Officers killed the Tunisia-born stabbing suspect after Friday's attack.
"The thing is big as a liner, deplores Philippe Khayat, Sos massive Paris, and will crush all the heritage, the hall of the XIX station but also next to the garden of the plants and its buildings of the eighteenth, the pity Salpestriere of the 17th (...) and do not bring anything to the neighborhood ".
The site, led by the SNCF and Semapa, budgeted at 900 million euros, should be delivered by 2025
Thursday, the controversy will invite himself to the Council of Paris. Jean-Baptiste Olivier, his group change Paris as well as the Ecologist of Paris (GEP) have deposited respectively a wish. The elected representatives request the revision of the project.
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The Mayor DVG of the XIII Serein
"Their protest arrives after the battle", Jérôme Coumes. The mayor (DVG) ironizes on "the ecologists who oppose the installation of the French Development Agency (AFD)" and "the right that requires more social housing".
on the anti-ecological reproaches, Jérôme Coumet recalls that "the initial garden of 3,800 m2 increased to 11,000 m2", that there will be "in addition 5,000 m2 of vegetated roof and 3,500 m2 of green spaces "
French demonstrators demand more action on climate change .
PARIS (AP) — Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Paris and other French cities on Sunday to call for more ambitious measures in the fight against climate change. The nationwide protests come after the lower house of parliament this week approved a climate bill aimed at curbing greenhouse gas emissions that environment activists say doesn’t go far or fast enough. “As it stands, the (proposed) law is a climatic and social failure,” said a group of climate campaigners, “Ensemble pour le climat” ("Together for climate”).Greenpeace France denounced “the government’s refusal to take action for climate.