She persists and signs. While justice had asked at the beginning of May to the City of Paris to remove the banners of support for the strikers, deployed since the beginning of the social protest on the facade of the Hôtel de Ville de Paris, this one comes to display a new support message... in disguise. In the form of two winking emoticons, which now frame the main door of the central town hall. A roundabout way to support the protest movement against the pension reform, on the eve of the strike scheduled for Tuesday, June 6.
On her social networks, Anne Hidalgo in person even took care to publish the photo of these winks with the mention “town hall in solidarity with …
“A fraternal and benevolent message” according to the Parisian councilor “at a time when the social movement is in the streets to peacefully demand the withdrawal of this antisocial, brutal and unjust reform”, she specified, without giving details. on the cost of the operation, or its duration. On the side of the opposition, which had fiercely opposed the affixing of these banners and had brandished the principle of neutrality to which public services are bound, we laugh out loud.
"In violation of an interim order, the town hall of Paris is having fun with the money of Parisians", gets carried away Aurélien Véron, elected Changer Paris in Paris Center at the origin of the request for interim order requiring the withdrawal of the first banners on which one could read "Town hall in solidarity with the social movement". “Anne Hidalgo is leading by example with this childish call to play with our laws and court decisions. That it does not complain if the Parisians do not respect its rules and decisions, ”he continues.