Belgium expelled Imam Hassan Iquioussen
The preacher from the north of France was renewed on Friday January 13 to Morocco by Belgium. For six months, he had been at the heart of a political-legal imbroglio. In August, when the Council of State had just validated an expulsion order issued by France for “comments inciting hatred and discrimination”, he had not been found. He was then arrested in Belgium. Gérald Darmanin considered that his expulsion “is worth a ban on returning” to European soil.
Anne Hidalgo wants “a street code”
The mayor of the capital announced, on Saturday January 14 in Le Parisien, her intention to ask residents if they wanted to see self-service scooters disappear or not from the sidewalks of the city. Anne Hidalgo, who says she is unfavorable to their maintenance, assured that she “respects (would) the results” of the vote which will be organized on April 2. She also announced the publication of a “street code” in June. Cars, bicycles, scooters, pedestrians… “everyone is trying to find their place somewhat to the detriment of the other. Except that in the end, the most fragile remains the pedestrian, ”she justified.
Tributes to two teenagers who ended their lives
Saturday January 14, in the Vosges, took place the funeral of young Lucas, 13 years old. The young boy had committed suicide as a result of school harassment linked to his homosexuality. The same day, a white march was organized in Romans-sur-Isère (Drôme) in memory of Ambre, 11, another victim of harassment. Secretary of State Charlotte Caubel recalled that “one million children” are affected by this scourge despite successive laws intended to curb it.
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