Gérald Darmanin and all the police unions denounced this weekend the statements hostile to the police uttered during a concert at the Fête de l’Humanité, qualified pell-mell as “shameful”, “pitiful “And” indecent “. Friday evening, spectators who attended a concert by Marseille rapper Soso Maness, resumed in chorus with him “everyone, everyone hates the police”.
The Minister of the Interior was offended the next day on Twitter, saying “expect” from “the so-called left parties present at the Humanity Day a firm condemnation of the insulting remarks against the police of the Republic”. “The police are made up of the children of the people who protect our most modest fellow citizens at the risk of their lives,” he added.
We all expect from the so-called “left” parties participating in the feast of humanity a firm condemnation of the insulting remarks against the police of the Republic. This police force made up of the children of the people who protect, at the risk of their lives, our most modest fellow citizens.
– Gerald DARMANIN (@GDarmanin) September 11, 2021
All the police unions, Alternative police (CFDT), Alliance, Synergies or SGP Unit (FO) have blasted in unison “hatred against the national police”. All noted the concomitance of the remarks and the opening of the trial of the attacks of November 13, 2015 to denounce, like Synergie Officiers, their “indecency” and their “pitiful” side. “Sad, shameful and anti-Republican spectacle in a party where the idea of respect and the values of the Republic should prevail,” Alternative tweeted. “To hate the police is to smear those who fight against terrorism too”, added Alliance.
Fabien Roussel minimizes
Linda Kebbab (SGP Unit) questioned Sunday, on Twitter, the numbers 1 of the PCF and the PS, Fabien Roussel and Olivier Faure. “You are not entitled to silence when extremism takes hold of the left,” she said. “I do not at all endorse these remarks, which I do not share”, Fabien Roussel replied on BFMTV, “they are very tiny, very few who said that”. “Mr. Darmanin would do better to take care of the working conditions of these security workers (…) and I defend them,” he counter-attacked.
Saturday, Valérie Pécresse, president, ex-LR, of the Ile-de-France region and candidate for the presidential election, affirmed, under boos, her support for the police during a round table at the Fête of Huma. President Emmanuel Macron is due to conclude on Tuesday the Beauvau de la sécurité, a consultation intended to improve the conditions for exercising the profession of police officer and to restore confidence between the institution and the head of state, undermined by his words. last year on police violence.