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At the same time, French Prime Minister Elisabeth Bon said that the government will go to any lengths to suppress the riots and that the government is considering everything, including declaring a state of emergency if necessary.
Some right-wing parties have called for the imposition of emergency on the basis of the riots. “I am not commenting on the matter now, but we are looking at all aspects, the priority is to restore the country’s problems across the board,” Bone replied to reporters when asked about the matter.
The Prime Minister’s response came while visiting the police station in South Paris where riots are taking place. The Prime Minister will also attend an emergency meeting chaired by President Emmanuel Macron. Emmanuel Macron said on Wednesday that what the policeman did was an unforgivable crime.
On Tuesday, a 17-year-old man of North African origin was shot dead by police in Nanterre, Paris. The firing took place after the car was asked to stop but was not obeyed. Naeel was shot in the chest.
The first allegation of the police was that Naeel had tried to drive the police. Later, when the CCTV footage came out, this claim was proved to be false. The protest became stronger when the footage of the vehicle being demanded to stop while pointing a gun came out.
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A case of murder has been registered against the policeman who fired in the incident. He has been shifted to preventive detention. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin announced that the police have already arrested 667 people in the violence.
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