The Minister of the Interior also calls for vigilance against “power cuts and high traffic roads”.
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During his videoconference on Friday March 17 with the prefects, Gérald Darmanin announced three main messages, learned franceinfo from the minister’s entourage.
The Minister of the Interior asked them to pay particular attention “on the baccalaureate days scheduled for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.” But also, “electricity cuts, oil refineries and depots and high traffic roads.”
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He also said he was in favor of supervised demonstrations but opposed to the “zadization”. Finally, Gérald Darmanin reminded the prefects to reinforce security “elected officials, parliamentarians, institutions in a context of threats” and to remain vigilant in the face of possible “degradation of permanence”.
This Friday, several education unions decided “to continue the mobilization next week, including by the strike of the supervisors during the baccalaureate specialty tests which take place from Monday to Wednesday”, learned franceinfo from a union source this Friday. A call relayed, in particular by the SNES-FSU, the main secondary union, FO, South and the CGT.