STRAIGHT.  Incidents at the Stade de France: auditioned before the Senate, Didier Lallement "assumes" the figure of "30,000 to 40,000 people" without valid entry

STRAIGHT. Incidents at the Stade de France: auditioned before the Senate, Didier Lallement “assumes” the figure of “30,000 to 40,000 people” without valid entry

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12:01 : The other point of debate concerns the number of fans present in the stadium. “The figure had no scientific virtue” believes Didier Lallement, who adds that the 30 to 40,000 supporters mentioned were not necessarily “on the esplanade of the stadium”but everywhere, and that it was not necessarily “a few thousand, perfectly fair”. He estimates that the most important information was “that there were many more people than the capacity of the stadium”which maintains

He also recalls that as a result of the match, the authorities presented this figure not as the count of all Liverpool fans, but as the number of fans without valid tickets, which would have been added to the 20,000 real seat holders. A discrepancy in the speech that the prefect does not mention this morning.

12:02 : Didier Lallement is still auditioned by senators, who insistently question him about the possibility of changing the law enforcement doctrine to find alternatives to tear gas. The prefect of police insists on the absence, in his opinion, of an alternative to these tools or to the charges: “The doctrine can obviously evolve if you want us not to gas, but we’ll have to charge to repel a crowd. I’m not a big fan of this second option.”

11:03 : “To reduce the pressure of the crowd on the doors and turnstiles, (…) we use tear gas, the only way to push back a crowd, except to load it. I fully accept it. “Didier Lallement, Paris Police Prefect #Senate #StadedeFrance https://t.co/rUn4k85fEE

11:03 “I’m the one who gave this number [de 34 000 faux billets] to the minister We fully assume, and we can have this discussion about accuracy of figure. “Didier Lallement, Paris Police Prefect #Senate #StadedeFrance https://t.co/uM6JWeNDY1

11:02 : The prefect of police also defends the use of tear gas, while saying “I’m totally sorry” that they have touched “people of good faith, especially families”. He justifies it by the need to “Reduce the pressure of crowd at the gates and turnstiles.” “We asked people to back off, and clearly nothing happened.”says Didier Lallement, for whom these gases were then “the only way we know” to accomplish this without overwhelming the crowd.

11:12 : “It was I who gave this figure to the Minister [Gérald Darmanin] and I fully accept it. We can have discussions about the accuracy of the figure.”

in the senate, Didier Lallement returns to the much-discussed tally of the number of Liverpool fans present at the Stade de France. The police prefecture estimates it more accurately at 34,000 and is based on “the indications given by transport operators” Y “The observation” made around the stadium. We explained on May 31 why this figure was strongly disputed.

10:39 : Didier Lallement’s hearing is not the only one on today’s Senate program: this afternoon, the law committee will receive officials from the French Football Federation, then, at 4:00 p.m., the mayor of Liverpool, Steve Rotheram, himself present at the stadium where he says he was attacked. “I want as many people as possible, in France, to know what really happened. Not the distorted truth of the Minister of the Interior”he told franceinfo.

10:22 : The prefect of police does not deny his management of the evening: he “take it full” and congratulates law enforcement, ensuring that “without [elles]a tragedy could have occurred. In front of the senators he is satisfied that the match between Liverpool and Real Madrid could be held and that there were no deaths or serious injuries.

10:18 : “Without shirking my responsibilities, I am trying to see as clearly as possible what happened around the Stade de France that night: it was obviously a failure, because people were pushed and attacked.explains Didier Lallement in the introduction, who also deplores as a failure the fact that “the image of France” abroad has been contaminated.

10:14 : The evening at the Stade de France “Obviously it’s a failure”recognizes the prefect of police Didier Lallement, who expresses his “sincerely regrets” to Spanish and English viewers.

10:14 : The president of the senatorial commission, the LR François-Noël Buffet, explains at the opening that he intends to question the prefect Didier Lallement both on the attitude of the police towards the public, in particular the fact that spectators “Calm down” suffered tear gas, but also the attacks suffered around the stadium. “Yeshonestly, we don’t understand”summarizes.

10:10 : The prefect of police of Paris, Didier Lallement, is auditioned by the Senate law committee on the organization of the security device on the night of the Champions League final at the Stade de France. You can watch this hearing live on the Public Senate website.

09:06 : It’s time for a new point in the news of the day:

The Battle of Sievierodonetsk is “probably one of the most difficult of this war and i could decide “spell out” of the Donbass, according to Volodymyr Zelensky. The governor of the Luhansk region admitted yesterday that the Russian army controlled “a great part” of the city and opened the door to the withdrawal of Ukrainian troops.

• The European Parliament has approved the ban on the sale of new thermal and hybrid cars in the EU from 2035. This measure of the “climate package” of the European Commission must now be sent to the Member States.

The prefect of police of Paris Didier Lallement is heard in the Senate from 10 in the morning on the flaws in the organization of the Champions League final at the Stade de France.

07:35 : Let’s start by taking stock of the main news of the day:

The Battle of Sievierodonetsk is “probably one of the most difficult of this war and i could decide “spell out” of the Donbass, according to Volodymyr Zelensky. The governor of the Luhansk region admitted yesterday that the Russian army controlled “a great part” of the city and opened the door to the withdrawal of Ukrainian troops.

• The European Parliament has approved the ban on the sale of new thermal and hybrid cars in the EU from 2035. This measure of the “climate package” of the European Commission must now be sent to the Member States.

Overtime, appeal to retirees and nursing students… The Minister of Health, Brigitte Bourguignon, presented “first steps” to deal with the lack of staff in hospitals. Some unions consider them insufficient.

The prefect of police of Paris Didier Lallement is heard in the Senate from 10 in the morning on the flaws in the organization of the Champions League final at the Stade de France.

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