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more than 110 people gathered in a clandestine restaurant were verbalized in the nineteenth arrondissement of Paris on the night of Friday 9 April to Saturday And two people were placed in custody, indicated Saturday the police prefecture and the floor.
The police officers' Required for a nightfill from a restaurant put an end to a gathering of more than 110 people, "explains the prefecture of Paris in a tweet.
Two people were placed in custody of "leaders of endangering the life of others and concealed work", according to the parquet of Paris.
These two people are presented by the police prefecture as the organizer and the manager of the restaurant.
clandestine dinners. The Paris Prosecutor opens an investigation for endangering others
© Ludovic Marin / AFP The Paris Prosecutor Rémy Heitz, January 14 in Paris. A report of M6 asserts that ministers participated in clandestine dinners. The Paris Prosecutor announced the opening of an investigation for endangering others and concealed work. Gérald Darmanin also asked the Paris Police Prefect to check the facts.
The guests were "verbalized for non-compliance with sanitary measures," she adds.1,000 Verbalized customers Since October 30
according to BMFTV, 62 people have been verbalized Friday noon in a clandestine restaurant in Saint-Ouen. The manager of the establishment was arrested, said in a tweet the police prefecture.
These cases occur after the vivid controversy triggered by the broadcast last week of a report of M6 on luxurious clandestine dinners.
In this report, one of the organizers, identified as being collector Pierre-Jean Chalençon, affirmed to have "dinner in the week in two-three clandestine restaurants" where he would have crossed "ministers". He has since returned on his remarks, explaining having wanted to do "humor".
Inquiry in France over 'clandestine' Covid-defying dinners
A report by a French television channel alleging "clandestine" luxury dinners in Paris despite the pandemic has sparked an investigation and a political furore over the claims the elite were brazenly ignoring rules they themselves had set. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin said those involved in such dinners should be prosecuted if the allegations in the report were true. "There are not two types of citizens -- those who have the right to party and those who do not," he said.
Friday, Pierre-Jean Chalençon and the cook Christophe Leroy were placed in custody. Their custody has been lifted at the end of the day.
"At this stage of the investigations, there is no evidence to update the participation of a government member 's meal member," said the parquet on Friday.
Nearly 1,000 customers of illegally opening restaurants have been verbalized in Paris since October 30, Tuesday indicated the Ministry of the Interior.
pinned by Mediapart for a lunch at the hotel, Senator Lr Joëlle Garriaud-Maylam defends .
© Eric Feferberg / Archives AFP Joelle Garriaud-Maylam, here in 2015, in Paris. Senator LR Joëlle Garriaud-Maylam shared, Wednesday, April 14, a "working lunch" at Hotel Meurice. It pleads its right, after being pinned by Mediapart in the continuity of the controversy on the "clandestine dinners".