DIRECT. Crisis in Guadeloupe: the Minister of Overseas France condemns the violence which “has nothing to do with health claims”

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14h27 : “The dialogue must naturally continue” in Guadeloupe, also specifies the Ministry of Overseas. In addition to the meeting this evening in Matignon between several members of the government and elected Guadeloupe officials, the press release mentions meetings “within the hospital with representatives of hospital staff, and the sending of a mission from the General Directorate of Civil Security which aims to bring together striking firefighters and the elected officials at their head.

14h23 : “The night from Sunday to Monday, as well as the start of the day on Monday, were much quieter than the previous days” in Guadeloupe, ensures the Ministry of Overseas in a point of situation. In addition, 95 arrests have been made since the start of the unrest a week ago.

14h50 : It’s 2 p.m., here are the titles:

• The dismantling of the blockades began yesterday in Guadeloupe, where the reinforcements of the police arrived. But the violence, which continues, pushed the rectorate to suspend the reception of students today. Follow our live.

The Toulouse Court of Appeal once again rejected Cédric Jubillar’s release request, Franceinfo and France Télévisions learned from his lawyers. The 33-year-old man, imprisoned since June 18, is suspected of having made his wife Delphine disappear on the night of December 15 to 16, 2020.

Five people were killed and more than 40 others were injured after a car crashed into crowds yesterday in Waukesha, Wisconsin, local police said.

Olympique Lyonnais says “wish that the penal and administrative sanctions are exemplary”, after the bottle was thrown at the Marseille player, Dimitri Payet, which caused the final interruption of the OL-OM match yesterday in Lyon. A meeting between the authorities of French football and the Ministers of the Interior and Sports must take place tomorrow.

11h57 : It is noon, we rewind the news of the morning:

• The dismantling of the blockades began yesterday in Guadeloupe, where the reinforcements of the police arrived. But the violence, which continues, pushed the rectorate to suspend the reception of students today.

Five people were killed and more than 40 injured after a car crashed into crowds yesterday in Waukesha, Wisconsin, local police said.

• The police and gendarmerie services recorded a 10% increase in domestic violence in 2020, according to the Ministry of the Interior. In addition, 125 people were killed by their partner last year against 173 in 2019, or 48 fewer victims.

The Lyon-Marseille match was interrupted yesterday after three minutes of play, after a bottle thrown at the head of Dimitri Payet. A meeting between the authorities of French football and the Ministers of the Interior and Sports must take place tomorrow.

11:47 : “There is a kind of indifference on the part of the State, which does not understand. Today, it will respond to the demonstrators with 35 units of the Raid and the GIGN sent as reinforcements … We must restore order, c ‘is clear, but we also need a sustained dialogue, a plan for youth, a plan for infrastructure, a plan for public services. “

11h40 : “We must absolutely condemn the degradations, violence, fires, thefts and looting that have taken place, it is obvious. But if the government is satisfied with having security as its only answer, that will not do it. . “

11h40 : Senator from Guadeloupe Victorin Lurel, who will participate at the end of the afternoon in a meeting between the executive and the elected officials of the department, call “to dialogue” after the violence in the archipelago in recent days.

11h26 : For his part, Emmanuel Macron ensures that “the government is mobilized” after the tensions on the island. Evoking the “solidarity” of the nation facing “a very explosive situation”, he asks to “do not give in to lies and manipulation by some of this situation”.

(FRANCEINFO)

11h20 : “The distrust of the political class is wreaking havoc, our words are no longer audible”, regrets the ecological mayor of Pointe-à-Pitre, Harry Durimel, while violence and looting continues in Guadeloupe. He returns to the situation in the archipelago in our article.

09h21 : It is 9 o’clock, we have a coffee and we make a new update on the news:

• The dismantling of the blockades began yesterday in Guadeloupe, where the reinforcements of the police arrived. But the violence, which continues, pushed the rectorate to suspend the reception of students today.

Five people were killed and more than 40 injured after a car crashed into crowds yesterday in Waukesha, Wisconsin, local police said.

• Two opposing candidates on the political spectrum, José Antonio Kast for the far right, and Gabriel Boric for the left, qualified yesterday for the second round of the presidential election in Chile.

The Lyon-Marseille match was interrupted yesterday after three minutes of play, after a bottle thrown at the head of Dimitri Payet. Two hours of procrastination later, the decision was made to stop the game for good.

08h40 : “More than 80 businesses have been looted” in Guadeloupe, according to the president of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) of the islands of Guadeloupe. He describes a “fairly insurrectionary situation”, as the dismantling of roadblocks began yesterday.

08h23 : Thirty people will be tried today in immediate appearance in Pointe-à-Pitre, announced the public prosecutor. They are suspected of having participated in urban violence in Guadeloupe in recent days.

07h02 : The Parisian/Today in France publish this morning a report in Guadeloupe (subscribers article), after several days of tensions in the archipelago to protest in particular against the sanitary measures.

(TODAY IN FRANCE)

06h20 : Faced with this situation, the rectorate decided to suspend the reception of students today “in schools, colleges and high schools” of the islands of Grande-Terre and Basse-Terre. “The situation remains uncertain regarding road traffic and the possibility for staff and students to move safely and safely seems compromised at this stage”, he specifies.

06h18 : Some axes have been cleared, such as the Mamelles road, which crosses the National Park in the center of Basse-Terre island. But a dozen dams “reinforced in the afternoon” remained in place at several strategic points of the archipelago.

06h16 : “A first part of cleaning [a eu lieu] and it will continue [aujourd’hui]. Thanks to the security forces present and the requisitions from the prefecture, we were able to clear the axes with greater means such as grapple trucks, dump trucks with more tonnage. “

06h40 : The dismantling of blocking dams began yesterday in Guadeloupe, after several days of violence to protest against health measures. Reinforcements of police and gendarmes sent from France, in particular members of GIGN and Raid units, arrived on the island on Saturday evening.

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06h55 : We start with a point on the news of this Monday morning:

• The dismantling of the blockades began yesterday in Guadeloupe, where the reinforcements of the police arrived. But the violence, which continues, pushed the rectorate to suspend the reception of students today.

• A vehicle struck a crowd gathered for a Christmas parade yesterday in Waukesha, in the US state of Wisconsin. The incident made “deaths” and more than 20 injured, police said.

• Two candidates at the opposite end of the political spectrum, José Antonio Kast for the far right, and Gabriel Boric for the left, have qualified for the second round of the presidential election in Chile.

The Lyon-Marseille match was interrupted yesterday after three minutes of play, after a bottle thrown at the head of Dimitri Payet. Two hours of procrastination later, the decision was made to stop the game for good.

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DIRECT. Crisis in Guadeloupe: the Minister of Overseas France condemns the violence which “has nothing to do with health claims”