Dozens of people marched together again against police violence in Paris this Saturday afternoon in tribute to Nahel.
Dozens of people marched together again against police violence in Paris this Saturday afternoon in tribute to nahel.
More than 1000 people they concentrated on the Republic Square also to pay tribute to Adam Traorea young man who died in police custody in July 2016, after the authorities banned a commemorative march north of Paris, in Persan and Beaumont-sur-Oise.
This weekend some 30 similar demonstrations are planned throughout the country, including the cities of Lille, Marsella, Nantes y strasbourg. He Government spokesman, Olivier Vérancriticized the organizations for calling demonstrations “in large cities that have not yet recovered from the riots…”.
In Strasbourg, the march called by various left-wing organizations has revised its route as a result of a prefectural decree that prohibits passage through the historic center of the city.
Also in Marseille, following the riots and due to the large number of tourists in the city centre, the police prefect issued an order prohibiting any demonstration or protest gathering from 10:00 a.m. to midnight on this Saturday. However, a rally was organized.