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Mass people expected at silent march after the murder of Julie, family is not present
Antwerp There is today a lot of people expected on the silent march against sexual violence in Antwerp. The police recommends everyone, therefore, timely to the city to leave, and as much as possible to make use of the bicycle and/or public transport. The procession follows after the murder of Julie Of Espen from Schilde, belgium. Her family will not blow, because they prefer no media attention. She appreciates the support.

The mars departs between 14 hours and 14.30 hours at the astrid square and will go through the De Keyserlei and the Meir on the Oude Koornmarkt and the Suikerrui to Steenplein on the river Scheldt. “There will possibly be affected are those who are in the area and does not participate in the parade,” says the police.

How many people are actually participating in the mars, remains to be seen. The Facebook event currently has more than 9,000 attendees and 27,000 ‘interested parties’. The police recommends the participants to the march to be in time to Antwerp to leave, preferably for the public transport to choose from. Less than an hour before the march begins the people to flow to the Astridplein.

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