- A “point of situation” of the government this Sunday evening around Emmanuel Macron
- “A milestone has been crossed”, assures the Paris police prefect
- Elisabeth Borne “gives her full support to the mayor of L’Haÿ-les-Roses”
- Attack at the home of the mayor of L’Haÿ-les-Roses: “The vehicle was launched to burn the flag”, assures the prosecutor
- 153 people placed in police custody in Paris, including a third of minors
- A new provisional report shows 719 arrests
- Images of the looting of a store in Nice published by Christian Estrosi
- The home of the mayor of Haÿ-les-Roses targeted
- In Marseille, a “controlled” situation, according to the prefect
- “A quieter night”, according to Gérald Darmanin on twitter
A “point of situation” of the government this Sunday evening around Emmanuel Macron
President Emmanuel Macron will take stock this Sunday evening with several members of the government on the urban violence that took place in France for the fifth consecutive evening. A meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Elysée in the presence of Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin and Keeper of the Seals Eric Dupond-Moretti, the presidency said.12:16 p.m.
“A milestone has been crossed”, assures the Paris police prefect
“We can say that a milestone has been crossed,” said Laurent Nunez, the Paris police chief, on BFMTV, after the attack on Vincent Jeanbrun’s home in L’Haÿ-les-Roses. The latter will benefit from “enhanced protection”. “On behalf of the police headquarters, I give my full support to the mayor and his family,” insists the prefect.10:57.
Elisabeth Borne “gives her full support to the mayor of L’Haÿ-les-Roses”
Elisabeth Borne spoke out this Sunday against “intolerable facts”, after the ram attack on the night of the home of the mayor of L’Haÿ-les-Roses (Val-de-Marne), promising that “the culprits will be prosecuted with the greatest firmness”. The Prime Minister “gives his full support to the mayor of L’Hay-les-Roses and his relatives. She sent a message to the mayor and his family who are still in shock,” Matignon said in a statement.10:50 a.m.
Attack at the home of the mayor of L’Haÿ-les-Roses: “The vehicle was launched to burn the flag”, assures the prosecutor
After the attack at the home of Vincent Jeanbrun, the mayor of L’Haÿ-les Roses, Stéphane Hardouin, the public prosecutor of Créteil decided to “retain the qualification of attempted assassination”. “Everything will be done to confuse the authors”.
“Hearing noise and seeing flames, the mayor’s wife and her two children fled through the back garden”
The Créteil public prosecutor’s office takes stock of the attack on the home of the mayor of L’Haÿ-les-Roses pic.twitter.com/XfNj9R5J0K
— BFMTV (@BFMTV) July 2, 2023
153 people placed in police custody in Paris, including a third of minors
According to a still provisional assessment of the Paris prosecutor’s office, 153 people including 47 minors were placed in police custody, against 103 on Saturday at the same time. Few serious incidents have been reported in the Parisian suburbs, the starting point of the riots. However, the police were the target of mortar fireworks in Vigneux (Essonne).
A new provisional report shows 719 arrests
Some 719 people were arrested overnight from Saturday to Sunday, said the Interior Ministry, in a still provisional report. At this stage, 45 police and gendarmes have been injured, 577 vehicles and 74 buildings have been set on fire, while 871 fires have been recorded on public roads, the ministry added.
Images of the looting of a store in Nice published by Christian Estrosi
The mayor of Nice publishes on his Twitter account the images of the looting of a store in the city center, telling the parents of the rioters that they “will have to take their responsibilities”.
A gang of youths looted a downtown store. They were quickly arrested by the @policenat06 And @pmdenice with the help of CCTV. Their parents will have to assume their responsibilities: you will pay for the damage and the theft. #Nice06 pic.twitter.com/3PTJdRJMN6
—Christian Estrosi (@cestrosi) July 1, 2023
The home of the mayor of Haÿ-les-Roses targeted
The home of the mayor of L’Haÿ-les-Roses, in Val-de-Marne, was attacked last night. According to information fromBFM TV, Vincent Jeanbrun was in the premises of the town hall at the time of the attack. His wife and two children slept in the house. The mother of the family was hospitalized.
Last night, a milestone was reached in horror and ignominy. My house was attacked and my family was the victim of an assassination attempt.
—Vincent Jeanbrun (@VincentJeanbrun) July 2, 2023
In Marseille, a “controlled” situation, according to the prefect
On the famous Canebière in particular, large numbers of law enforcement, supported by elite units of the Raid and the GIGN (gendarmerie) succeeded in dispersing the groups of young people who had caused havoc the day before, noted AFP journalists. “We are not witnessing yesterday’s looting scenes at all,” commented the Bouches-du-Rhône police headquarters, counting 56 arrests around midnight.
? The police and gendarmes continue to disperse all the individuals who attack the businesses. Many arrested in the act of theft or attempt. 56 arrests in total. pic.twitter.com/OB143eicjI
– Prefect of police of Bouches-du-Rhône (@prefpolice13) July 1, 2023
“A quieter night”, according to Gérald Darmanin on twitter
At 3:30 am, the Ministry of the Interior had not identified any major incident and reported 486 arrests throughout the territory, in particular for carrying objects likely to be used as weapons or projectiles. A “quieter night thanks to the resolute action of the police”, rejoiced Gérald Darmanin on his Twitter account.
Night quieter thanks to the resolute action of the police who have made 427 arrests since the beginning of the evening.
— Gérald DARMANIN (@GDarmanin) July 2, 2023