Theater of a surge of daily violence, France seems on the verge of implosion. The unspeakable puffs that take hold of the country follow one another at a pace that has become dizzying. Witnesses or victims of unbearable scenes poisoning their daily lives and sometimes going as far as barbarism, our fellow citizens, left to their own devices, are on the verge of asphyxiation. Far from wanting to understate a situation that turns tragic, as some of his predecessors once did at Place Beauvau, Gérald Darmanin draws a cash and unvarnished speech.
Not hesitating to name things at the risk of provoking controversy, the new Minister of the Interior, in an interview with Figaro , expressed concern as of July 24 about “the enslavement of a part of society“. Outreach and bronca in the political class. Before the Law Commission of the National Assembly, the new tenant of Beauvau drove the point home five days later: “France is sick of its insecurity.