1,000 new accommodation places
Two years after the end of the Grenelle against domestic violence, Thursday, November 25, the Prime Minister promised that 1,000 new accommodation places will be created in 2022 and 5,000 “Serious danger phones” distributed. These announcements come as feminist associations denounce a persistent lack of resources. Jean Castex also announced the launch of a “Week of equality between girls and boys (…) at school”.
Two former French prisoners of Guantanamo rejected
The European Court of Human Rights dismissed Thursday, November 25 two former French prisoners of Guantanamo who maintained that their sentences in France, to four years in prison, including three suspended, were illegally based on their hearings conducted by intelligence French during their detention on the American base. The applicants had been arrested in Afghanistan after September 11, 2001, then detained until 2004 in Guantanamo, before being handed over to France.
The State condemned to compensate the family of Rémi Fraisse
The State was ordered Thursday, November 25 to pay 46,400 € for moral damage to the family of Rémi Fraisse, a protester killed during a charge of mobile gendarmes on the Sivens (Tarn) dam in 2014, announced the administrative court from Toulouse, who recognized “No-fault liability”. Unsuccessful in criminal proceedings, the family of Rémi Fraisse had turned to administrative justice. “Criminal and administrative justice does not want to recognize the fault of the State and the gendarme. Therefore, the European Court of Human Rights, which is already seized, will decide this case ”, said the father’s lawyer.