The tears of Rachida Dati after a film documentary of Zyed and Bouna - The Point

The societal context of these last days, basically marked by the death of George Floyd in the United States, has been revived in Rachida Dati painful memories.

The tears of Rachida Dati after a film documentary of Zyed and Bouna - The Point

The societal context of these last days, basically marked by the death of George Floyd in the United States, has been revived in Rachida Dati painful memories.

On Canal+, in the program Clique, the one who was keeper of the Seals under Nicolas Sarkozy was obliged to comment on the debate about police violence. After a story on Zyed Benna and Bouna Traoré, who died in 2005 while trying to flee a police check, the candidate in the local elections in paris appeared shaken, close to tears. "When I saw the parents (of the young), I saw my own ", she first explained, voice trembling.

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"This is the first time Rachida Dati that I see you moved," said the presenter of the chain, Mouloud Achour. "We're in a society where when the emotion overflows, it is said that you victimisez. I have experienced so many things. I am not a victim ", said the mayor of the 7th arrondissement of Paris. And to add : "When I saw George Floyd under the knee of the policeman, I have not been able to finish the video. Because I have seen young people who were arrested and who did not come back. "

The municipal official also recalled his personal history and his debut in the capital, far from its bases. "I remember, I had started to work in Paris, and mom called me, she told me, there are doe and his son, who was onboard, it was not new, just. I took the TGV I went down to Châlons, I was writing letters and letters and letters, "said Rachida Dati, emphasizing what her mother said at the time :" Rachida, if you have succeeded, it is also for us, it is also for others. "

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Updated Date: 10 June 2020, 07:33

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