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The President of the Republicans, Éric Ciotti, called on Thursday for the establishment of a state of emergency in the territories affected by the riots. Villette Pierrick/Villette Pierrick/ABACA
DECRYPTION – After another night of violence following the death of Nahel, the right points the finger at the words of the left and the responsibility of the government, defending the police.
And that’s climbing. The scenario, in politics, is now clic. Over every news item today hovers the shadow of the triptych: politicization, reaction, recovery. And political representatives find themselves faced with the same challenge: to react without recuperating, to politicize without systematizing. This Thursday, after another night of rioting following Nahel’s deatha 17-year-old teenager shot dead by a police officer, each hemisphere of the political circle appropriates the event in its own way.
On the right, after the night of violence and the multiplication of incidents, several officials called for the establishment of a state of emergency. This is the case, in particular, of the president of the Republicans, Eric Ciottiwho called for this exceptional measure in the territories affected by the riots. Eric Zemmour, as for him, published a press release in which he asks for the installation of the state of emergency, without distinction of districts. “Only firmness can bring order and peace»…