segunda-feira, 3 de novembro de 2014

New protests in honor of ecologist militant killed in France

Day of protests in France in honor of ecologist killed a week ago during a demonstration against the construction of a controversial dam in the South of France.

And it was precisely there, in Sivens, where the dam will be built, where the young Rémy Fraisse died, allegedly by responsibility of security forces, thousands of people marched in silence.

Were also planted some trees, which according to one of the demonstrators "is a symbolic way to give life to this landscape of disaster. I understand the Rémy-because we're here for him too. He fought for his life, he wasn't coming here for death but for life. "

A day after the violent demonstrations in Nantes, Toulouse and Dijon was also on Sunday, two other protests in Paris.

A non authorized in the square of Stalingrad, where there have been numerous arrests and other less problematic in the Champ de Mars, near the Eiffel Tower.

French Environment Minister Segolene Royal expressed criticism for the way in which the issue is being handled and will meet on Tuesday with the main responsible for the dam project.

A project that environmentalists claim to be a crime against nature because, according to them, will destroy in particular a wetland that is home to more than 90 species of protected animals.

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