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MARCHE DE LA LIBERTE
FRANCE - "MARCHE DE LA LIBERTE" AGAINST GLOBAL SECURITY LAW→ commander un tirage papier → Télécharger la série en PDF
Marche de la liberte contre la loi de "Securite globale" a Lille, le 28 Novembre 2020.
Protesters hold signs during a second protest on November 28, 2020 in Lille, France. The march, called by French associations and human rights NGOs, was normally limited to a rally in Place de la République due to Covid-19 regulations, but protesters attempted to march through the city center and fought with riot police who tried to stop them at the end of the demonstration. France's lawmakers passed and adopted the bill known as article 24 of the ?comprehensive security? law prohibiting the dissemination of images of the police, alarming journalists and activists saying civil liberties and press freedom could be compromised. Several MPs have criticised the bill's implications and President Macron has come under fire from national journalism unions and the UN for the law and police accountability.