NDDL, dislodged miners, Macron. Mid-day point

NDDL, dislodged miners, Macron.  Mid-day point

The zadistes and the police who continue to face Notre-Dame-des-Landes; a dozen unaccompanied minors who were dislodged from a house in Brest by the police; the opposition that fired red balls on Emmanuel Macron after his interview on BFMTV … What to remember the morning is to discover here!

8th day of operation at Notre-Dame-des- Landes

(Photo François Destoc) The zadists took advantage of the night to rebuild barricades , on the D81 in particular. Barricades that the gendarmes have released in the morning, as every day. After their passage, the protesters went up again their barricades at the end of the morning. It should be noted that eight demonstrators, including two minors, arrested Saturday in Nantes in connection with the demonstration of support for zadistes who degenerated, were referred Monday morning, before the public prosecutor of Nantes.

Dinard: A scooter dies after hitting a barrier Dramatic accident of two-wheelers in the night from Sunday to Monday, in Dinard (35). A 34-year-old Malouin lost his life on his scooter on the dike of the Priory, a place yet banned from traffic. [More info here]

Brest: a dozen isolated minors ousted by the police

Important police operation this Monday morning in Brest. A dozen unaccompanied minors were dislodged by the police from a house in which they had been installed by the Zero Person movement on the street. [More info here]

After the Macron interview, the opposition denounces a “wrestling game”

(Photo EPA) “Staging”, “political comedy”, “wrestling game”: the opposition deplored the form of Emmanuel Macron’s interview , which had few specific announcements, and its electrical exchanges with Edwy Plenel and Jean-Jacques Bourdin. Sure France Inter Olivier Faure, the first secretary of the PS, denounced “the choice of a staging” of the presidential power which, according to him, “not allowed to repair the interrupted dialogue with the French”. On the side of the Republicans, Damien Abad, one of the vice-presidents of the party, estimated on CNews that Emmanuel Macron had “maintained his course”, but was “sometimes confused” and “lacked height in relation to the presidential office”. [More info here]

Strike at Air France: 70% of the flights insured on Tuesday Air France plans to insure “70% of its flights” Tuesday, for the 8th day of the strike movement launched in February by a large inter-union wage claims. In detail, the airline anticipates the maintenance of 55% of its long-haul flights, against 60% on the last day of strike Wednesday, 65% of its medium-haul flights to and from Paris-Charles de Gaulle (= ), as well as 80% of its short-haul flights in Paris-Orly and province (against 75%).

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