segunda-feira, 25 de janeiro de 2016

France: protest by the end of the ' jungle ' Calais

Against insecurity and by the end of the wild migrant camp near the port of Calais, thousands of people protested in the Northwestern French city. The population requires the restoration of order and want to also draw attention to the impact that the crisis is causing in the local economy.

"The economy of France is suffering, the port is suffering, and I think it's time to clean up this situation. When I say clean, is taking into account that these people come from countries that are at war, "says Jean-Marc Puissesseau, Chairman of the Board of Calais port.

The protest takes place a day after a another manifestation of advocacy organizations of migrants. A day in which groups of migrants tried to invade a ' ferry '.

Approximately of 50 got in the boat. The port activity has been suspended, the migrants were removed, 26 were detained.

The Interior Minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, showed support for the population of France and announced that they would be provided 50 million euros to provide security to the city.

About of 4 1000 people are illegal camp, known as the "jungle", the largest of its kind in France.

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