The Castle-de-France prosecutor’s office began an investigation on Tuesday, November 23, following the shooting of police and firefighters Monday evening in the Sainte district.
If these attacks do not cause any injuries, “The Ford-de-France State Attorney’s Office confirms that there was a shooting targeting security forces in Ford-de-France on the night of November 22-23, 2021.”, Clarice Daron, Attorney General, states in a press release. “Procedure for attempted murder of public figures has been opened and investigations have been handed over to the Judicial Police.”, Refers to the barquet floor.
“Events at night do not come to Intercindical because Intercindigale has stopped all its operations and everyone went home from 7pm last night. [lundi soir] ⁇, The Secretary-General of the CSTM, Agence France-Presse (AFP) explained to Bertrand Campus about the origins of the social movement that had rocked Martinique for two days.
Major roadblocks On Tuesday, the day before, the island’s main roads were blocked. They were set up at the call of the union of seventeen organizations on Tuesday morning, which called for a general strike for various demands, including the end of vaccination duty and suspensions for caregivers, but also a rise in wages and a social minimum. And falling fuel and gas prices.
Access to the integration of Fort-de-France in the center of the island is impossible from the south and north. Trucks, taxis, but boards and tires are placed at strategic points. The AFP reporter noted that public transport networks were completely paralyzed on Tuesday, but that nurse staff and police were able to cross some roadblocks despite everything.
The ban forced more than half of the schools to close. “Schools are severely affected by the social movement of municipal agents. High schools are subject to roadblocks.”, Martinique Rectorate mentions in a press release. By noon, 52% of elementary schools and 61% of secondary schools were closed.
“We tell the politicians to respect us, Was launched on RCI Radio on Tuesday morning by Eric Bellemare, General Secretary of the Force Ouvrière Martinique. The Prime Minister announced that it was necessary to open the space for talks, but his local representative did not have to receive the message. ” At the end of the first day of the demonstration, the strikers were angry that Martinique had not been received by the editor-in-chief on Monday.
Violence continues in neighboring Guadeloupe, Has been affected by the social challenge related to vaccine duty against Govt-19. Gendarmes also received real bullets, Foreign Ministers Sébastien Lecornu and Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin said Tuesday morning. Restoration of public order in Guadeloupe “Before any discussion”, Warns M. Thurman.
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