Dieudonné attracted nearly 500 people on Saturday afternoon, in Sainte-Foy-lès-Lyon, for display. In truth. On Sunday morning, on the ground, some chairs left folding and litter, reminiscences of documentary representation. A group of authorities to leave public authorities. A source of "anger and emergency" for the town's mayor, Véronique Sarselli.
“We didn't know the exhibition was going on in the town. Because Mr Dieudonné had said it would take place within a 20 km radius of Lyon, we were protected. We were providing guidelines at the level of urban services. In the evenings, the local community warned us of gathering a range of infrastructural structures on private land. We didn't know it was still. One of the delegates went. Although a private building, public orders may be worrying, we wanted to know what it was. Around 17:45, we warned the national police, "said Véronique Sarselli.
And after this presentation, the preferred option is not stop there.
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