Moun Gwadloup, a Guadeloupe collective, which vehemently criticizes the administration of the well being disaster by the authorities, known as for the “deportation” of the prefect Alexandre Rochatte. An announcement denounced by the prefecture.
The prefecture of Pointe-à-Pitre denounced, on September 3, the decision of an area collective for the “deportation” of the prefect of Guadeloupe, Alexandre Rochatte, whom he accuses of poor administration of the well being disaster.
“By referring, voluntarily and in full consciousness, to the darkest hours of our historical past, the members of this affiliation have affirmed their want to reject any prospect of peaceable exchanges”, indignant the prefecture in a press launch. After canceling a gathering scheduled for September Three with this affiliation, the prefecture specifies having reported to the prosecution these “notably insulting and inappropriate statements”, which additionally goal the director of the Regional Well being Company (ARS), Valérie Denux, and the rector of the academy, Christine Gangloff-Ziegler.
This assembly was introduced following the irruption of members of this affiliation, known as Moun Gwadloup, in a safe space of Pointe-à-Pitre airport on August 31. The collective, very current on social networks, denounces the administration of the well being disaster by the authorities, resorting to be heard by means of punches such because the occupation of the airport. These remarks on the deportation of the prefect “would have been uttered through the negotiations following this unlawful occupation” of the airport, in line with the prefecture. AFP failed to hitch the affiliation.
Confronted with a nonetheless “critical” well being state of affairs due to the Covid-19, the federal government has determined to postpone the beginning of the varsity yr within the West Indies to September 13. Guadeloupe is especially affected by the Covid with an incidence charge of 1,822 instances per 100,000 inhabitants noticed on August 20.