The Paris police division banned a deliberate protest in opposition to police violence on Saturday. This got here after a collection of protests over the deadly police taking pictures of a 17-year-old North African boy, Nahel Merzouk on June 27, which have advanced right into a civil motion much like the Black Lives Matter protests within the US.
Assa Traoré, the half-sister of Adama Traoré who allegedly died of asphyxiation beneath police custody in 2016, organized an illustration in tribute to her half-brother at Place de la République in Paris. The protest organized via social media was to be held on 8 July, however was banned by the Paris police division.
Police claimed that declaring a protest sooner or later earlier than the deliberate date was inadequate for the police to mobilize the assets wanted to make sure security, and that it was a delicate time to prepare such a protest following an incident of city violence in Paris. Different mass gatherings had already been deliberate on the identical location, which police allege would make it troublesome to take care of order. Beneath the French Panel Code, organizing undeclared demonstrations is an offense publishable by imprisonment for six months and a advantageous of seven,500 euros.
Regardless of police makes an attempt at banning the protest, demonstrators nonetheless held an occasion in reminiscence of Adama Traoré on Sunday.
Source / Picture: jurist.org
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