Eric Zemmour is the far-right president at Reconquete!. He denounced Monday, May 30, "the advent of the scum who make law" in Seine-Saint-Denis. This was after Saturday's chaos near the Stade de France, which hosted the Champions League final. He said, "I accuse Gerald Darmanin to putting dust under it." Initially, the Minister of Interior pointed out the English's responsibility without issuing a ticket.
He said that the incidents were the fault of "suburbanites looters, thieves, and tutti quanti", and that "this misadventure by Mr. Darmanin announces a five-year period, that is, the five year period of the advent scum who make law more and more". Seine-Saint-Denis is now a "foreign enclave", where "we hardly know French anymore, people don't dress in the French manner, and our manners are not French anymore".
Stephane Troussel was the socialist president of Departmental Council of 93 and immediately refuted all criticisms and comments made by the far-right candidate to the Var. "I don't accept that the extreme right is unleashed on its favorite object, Seine-Saint-Denis or its inhabitants. Franceinfo: "I will not accept that they are the scapegoats," said he.
"We find that there are several hundred people, thugs from all over Ile-de-France, who meet at this type of event. This type of situation was not anticipated by the intelligence services. He regretted it nonetheless. The Department Chairman demanded "a prompt investigation." The Ministry of Sports will gather the Champions League organizers, police and local authorities Monday morning to "learn from this fiasco" which occurred one year after the 2023 Rugby World Cup. It also happens two years before the Paris 2024 Olympics.
"Never have i seen such disorganization." After the fiasco on Saturday evening of the Champions League final at the Stade de France, the president of the Departmental Council of Seine-Saint-Denis, Stephane Troussel, is angry and calls for an investigationhttps://t.co/gXKvaZuQDJ pic .twitter.com/TT4BbYc6yn