The police broke up a camp with tents that were set up by migrants in Paris. It is reported by BBC News.
On the night of November 24, French law enforcement agencies drove people out of Place de la République in Paris. It is noted that they pitched tents there after the authorities evacuated their camp in the suburbs of the capital. Videos and photos published by various media show violent clashes between police and migrants. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanen demanded a report from law enforcement agencies.
According to the Utopi56 association, there were about 450 people in the camp at Place de Paris. They claimed that after the evacuation of their camp, they had nowhere to go.
A migrant camp in the suburbs of Saint-Denis was evacuated on 17 November. RIA Novosti, citing a statement from the head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, indicates that two thousand people lived there.
On November 20, it was reported that French President Emmanuel Macron and Darmanen had developed a plan to combat extremism. The charter provides for a ban on homeschooling, a requirement to treat criticism of Islam as an expression of free speech, and the recognition of French law as superior to Sharia (Muslim law). In addition, Muslim organizations will not be able to receive funding from other countries.