Emmanuel Macron spell of its silence. This Sunday, the 7th of June, the head of State was contacted Édouard Philippe on the difficult issue of police violence. The Prime minister must floor on proposals to meet the expectations of protesters who gathered to protest against racism and police violence and to demand justice for the death of Adama Traoré, reveals The World.
The publication, which cites the Elysée palace, indicates that other ministers have been wanderers. This is the case, the minister in charge of the City and the Housing, Julien Denormandie. The latter spoke on the phone with the president of the Republic on this subject. A labour government which the minister of the Interior, Christophe Castaner, will also participate. According to the office of the president, the head of the State was urged " to swiftly conclude the work, begun in January last, which was to make proposals to improve the conduct of the forces of order."
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" This work becomes a priority for the president ", reported in this month of June, the entourage of Emmanuel Macron, who adds : "In the context of emotion aroused by the death of George Floyd in the United States, a part of the national community is protesting against racism, and puts in question the action of the forces of the order. We want to respond to this anger by transparency and by the action. "The prime minister added that Christophe Castaner should make it a point" in the beginning of the week " on " the committed work for several months by the ministry of the Interior on the technical intervention and maintenance of order, as well as on questions of ethics ". It must, for example, decide on the possibility of banning the tackle ventral as would like the defenders of freedoms.
Since the death of George Floyd may 25, 2020 by cardiac arrest during an interpellation of police, the president of the French Republic had not responded, despite the multiplication of events in France. One of them, bringing together 20,000 people in Paris on 2 June.