The chairman of the Republican Christian Jacob has brought his support to the security forces and stated that the "police violence" and " a police racist do not exist in France ", Sunday, June 7, 2020, in the wake of a number of events, totaling over 20 000 people in France. "The police in France is not afraid, she reassures," said Christian Jacob, in the Grand appointment Europe 1/Cnews/Echoes). "Police violence in France, it does not exist, [however] we have seen violence from protesters , he assured. There is racism in France, against which we must fight, but we do not have a police racist in France, it does not exist, " added the head of the party of the right.
He brought his " support to all our security forces, it has views on all the fronts against terrorism and the Covid-19 ". It is also said to be " deeply shocked by the slogans, the police treated the racist and the black police officers, of sold, by so-called protesters racist in the processions this week ".
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The shock wave caused by the death of George Floyd in the United States continued to spread this week-end in the world. In France, protests against police violence were held in several cities despite the restrictions and prohibitions. In some cases, " if there has been a skid (a police officer), the justice is entered, the sanctions will fall. But we are witnessing a conflation of unlikely ", he protested.
Jacob denounced the "deafening silence" of the executive
" The comparison with the United States has no meaning, because they have a federal system where the police are placed under the authority of mayors or sheriffs elected so that we have a police unified, which corresponds to the diversity, a school police, a code of ethics ", he argued. He denounced the "deafening silence of the president of the Republic and the Prime minister, at a time when the national police is humiliated "and where" we heard people call for revolution and take up arms ".
The shock wave caused by the death of George Floyd in the United States has continued to spread Saturday in France, where more than 23 000 demonstrators, according to the ministry of the Interior, denounced the police violence and called for " justice for all ". The chief of the Untamed Jean-Luc Mélenchon on Saturday denounced the behavior " unbecoming of police trade unions ", the boss of the Republicans in the national Assembly, Damien Abad, worrying him of a " hate antiflics ".
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