Demonstrators marched in southwest Paris a week after the evacuation of a thousand homeless who had temporarily occupied the André-Citroën park as part of an action initiated by the Collectif Réquisitions.
At the call of the Collectif Réquisitions, several dozen people demonstrated, this September 10 in Paris, against the detention placements following the evacuation, six days earlier, of nearly a thousand homeless people temporarily living in the André-Citroën park. RT France reporter Charles Baudry covered the parade held in the 15th arrondissement of Paris.
On site, a large banner of the Parisian coordination of undocumented migrants was deployed to the sound of African drums.
“[Après] evacuation of the André-Citroën park […] more than half of the evacuees fell into a real trap set by the State. They were sent by bus, without being told anything, to lots of provincial towns […]. On arrival, most of the time there were police cordon to wait for them, to carry out checks [ou encore] issue OQTFs [Obligation de quitter le territoire français]», Denounced at the microphone of RT France Philippe Caro of the collective Solidarité Migrants Wilson.
A mother of three s[est] found in Lille while her children were attending school in the twentieth arrondissement of Paris
And the activist to relate the setbacks of several evacuees, like “a mother of three children who ended up in Lille while her children are attending school in the XXth arrondissement of Paris” or “an exile in Arras who was in a regular situation and who had to come back on his own because he was working the next day ”. “We have come here to ask for the respect of the law on accommodation,” said Philippe Caro.