Freshly-appointed Interior minister, Gérald Darmanin will be Saturday 11 July 2020 to Bayonne, where a bus driver was violently attacked and is in a desperate state, has it learned Friday from the entourage of the minister. The tenant of the place Beauvau will arrive in Bayonne is 12 hours and make a point on security in the city with the officials of the State. Then he will meet at 13 hours the drivers and trade unions of public transport, said the entourage.
Suspected of having carried out the beatings, two men aged 22 and 23 years old and known to police, were indicted Tuesday for attempted voluntary manslaughter and imprisoned. According to the public prosecutor of Bayonne, the bus driver was the victim of an assault, "extreme violence" then that he wanted to check the ticket to a person and required the port of the mask to the other three.Updated Date: 10 July 2020, 10:33