World Attack at the Notre-Dame basilica in Nice: reactions from the political class
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Here are the first political reactions after the knife attack which killed three people in Nice.
Eric Ciotti (LR deputy for the Maritime Alps):
"For the first time since the occupation, France is no longer free! Our country is at war, we are at war! Thoughts for the victims of this new attack which touches the heart of our city of Nice. "
Marine Le Pen (president of the RN, at the Assembly):
"We cannot be satisfied with denouncing terrorism. Terrorism is the weapon of Islamist ideology, we must at all costs let us realize that it is an ideology that is waging war on us. We must put them out of legal harm's way, thanks to the rule of law, thanks to specific legislation that would be passed here in the National Assembly, but we do not have the feeling that the government is aware of this situation ".
Nice: three dead in the terrorist attack on the Notre-Dame basilica
In Nice, this Thursday. The attack took place this Thursday morning in a popular district of the city. The assailant was arrested. The anti-terrorism prosecution is seized. At least three people died and several were injured in a knife attack in Nice on Thursday morning. The National Anti-Terrorism Prosecutor's Office announced in the process that it was opening an investigation for "murder in connection with a terrorist enterprise". The assailant was arrested and taken to hospital.
Anne Hidalgo (PS mayor of Paris):
"Attack at the basilica of Nice: my first thoughts go to the victims and to their relatives affected by this horrible attack. The people of Nice and Nice, as well as their Mayor, Estrosi, can count on the support of the City of Paris ".
Jean-Luc Mélenchon (LFI deputy):
"Thought of distressed compassion for the victims of the Nice attack. Strong solidarity with the Catholics of France."
Adrien Quatennens (LFI deputy):
"Anger and strong emotion after the # attack on Notre-Dame basilica in #Nice. In affection with the victims, their relatives and all the Catholics of France. The trials accumulate for our country. Let us be united, firm and determined. The happy days will return. "
From Germany to the United States, the world outraged by the Nice attack
The knife attack that killed three people on Thursday in a church in Nice sparked outrage around the world, and many countries have expressed their solidarity with France. © REUTERS / Eric Gaillard France received messages of support from all over the world after the knife attack in Notre-Dame Basilica in Nice which claimed the lives of three people. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was "in shock" after this "barbaric attack", in a tweet in French.
Ian Brossat (PCF spokesperson):
"Terrible attack in the Notre Dame church in Nice. Thoughts for the families of the victims, for the people of Nice and for all Catholics."
Guillaume Peltier (deputy LR):
"When are our rulers going to take the measure of the war which has been declared to us? More dead, wounded in the Church of Notre-Dame de #Nice. Let's stop procrastinating. This is war: let us destroy the enemy, protect our people, save our civilization. "
Nicolas Dupont-Aignan (president of Debout la France):
"Immense emotion in the Assembly when they learned of the # knife attack at Notre-Dame church in Nice. France again struck by barbarism. . Let us trigger a state of security emergency with strong measures to finally wage the war against Islamism on our soil! "
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