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Mélenchon judge the police unions unworthy, Abad was concerned that a hate antiflics

The chief of the Untamed Jean-Luc Mélenchon denounced Saturday, June 6, the behavior "unbecoming" of the police unions, the boss of the Republicans in the nat

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Mélenchon judge the police unions unworthy, Abad was concerned that a hate antiflics

The chief of the Untamed Jean-Luc Mélenchon denounced Saturday, June 6, the behavior "unbecoming" of the police unions, the boss of the Republicans in the national Assembly, Damien Abad, worrying him of a "hate antiflics", while protests against police violence were held in several cities. Thousands of people have participated in these gatherings, especially in Paris.

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"The police unions behave in a manner unworthy", said the leader of France Insubordinate during a press conference in Marseille. "We need police officers, republicans, and indeed there are police officers, republicans, and fortunately for all of us. There are plenty of police, but of those they suffer," added the member of parliament for the Bouches-du-Rhône. "It was not like that there are still a recent period", he continued, saying that "the root of it all, it is a political power which is in the hand of the police unions who do what they want".

"And why do it ? : because in the period 'yellow vests', these are they who have kept at arm's length the survival of the regime. And since this date, Mr. Castaner said 'yes' to everything they say and everything they do and is incapable of having the authority", he estimated.

Jean-Luc Mélenchon has also criticised the keeper of the Seals "who did nothing" or calls to "instructions in injustice and severity to the sentences that have been pronounced against the 'yellow vests'".

Hatred antiflics

Damien Abad has him judged on Europe 1 that there was "no systemic racism, in the sense of the organization by the police or by the gendarmerie of an institutionalized racism and organized. By contrast, the police, as indeed in all other professions, is not immune to certain individuals who actually are a racist expression".

"What worries me, it is this fracture that there is in French society, with this double risk, double jeopardy: on the one hand, this hatred antiflics that will cause a lot of problems in terms of security and maintaining public order, and the other, actually of excess in what can sometimes be aberrations in individual forms of racism that are totally unacceptable", he continued.

Asked about the opening of an investigation by the public prosecutor of Paris on racist messages attributed to forces of the order on Facebook, he felt that it was necessary "first of pedagogy and then of the sanction."

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"If the facts are proven," the police officers involved will have to "explain" in front of the disciplinary council "on a number of about", he added.

The shock wave caused by the death of George Floyd in the United States continued to spread Saturday in the world. In France, protests against police violence were held in several cities despite the restrictions and prohibitions.

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