Marine Le Pen, one of the leading far-right politicians in France, emphasized that a serious disorder has prevailed in the country for a few days and said that Macron should urgently meet with the representatives of the parties in the National Assembly regarding the issue.
Calling for the protests to end as soon as possible, Le Pen said that this will only be possible if sensitive parents pull their children out of the squares.
Le Pen stated that the events could calm down with a partial curfew, and that if the situation worsens, a state of emergency may need to be declared.
Marion Marechal, nephew of far-right politician Marine Le Pen and one of the staff members of the anti-immigrant Eric Zemmour, said on his Twitter account that all cities across the country were on fire, the French were worried about what was going on, and chaos prevailed all over the country.
“We are in a civil war”
Stating that they received information from the domestic intelligence that the police were instructed not to intervene in some sensitive suburbs, Marechal said that the government was ready to make concessions from everything to calm the events and tried to buy time.
Marechal accused President Macron of destroying the rule of law and the independence of justice, arguing that the government turned a blind eye to France being under foreign siege.
“Although it is hard to say, we are currently in a state of civil war. One way to stop this is not to sit and wait, but to stand in front of it. Security forces also complain that they do not have enough ammunition to intervene. If it goes on like this, French citizens will take on the task of protecting themselves. The French can no longer afford to have their businesses looted, their cars burned, and their relatives attacked.” Using his statements, Marechal demanded that the government declare a state of emergency and authorize the security forces to suppress the events.
“If the government does not have the courage to give an adequate response, then it will have to turn a blind eye to those who will not remain silent about these uprisings,” said Marion Marechal. said.
Insurrection, attacks, arson, looting
Eric Zemmour, one of the far-right politicians, on the spiral of violence that engulfs the country, said, “Last night, the foreign besieged areas once again showed what they can do: riots, attacks, arson, looting and looting of public property that we have funded billions of euros for years.” made his comment.
Pointing out that the “submissive” power has a great responsibility for the events to reach this stage, Zemmour said, “Only hard resistance can restore order and peace. I demand that a state of emergency be declared tonight.” used the phrase.
On 27 June, the police opened fire on a car with 3 people in Nanterre, which did not comply with the “stop” warning, killing the 17-year-old driver.
While the investigation into the incident was started, those who reacted to the death of driver Nael went out on the streets in different cities across the country and clashed with the police.