STORY – The Minister of the Interior, who wanted to regulate the arrival of migrants in the French military port, found that justice had not held the same line of firmness.
Once again, the Ministry of the Interior and the magistrates do not appear on the same wavelength. The fate of the 234 passengers of theocean viking, welcomed in Toulon on November 11, would cause differences of appreciation within the executive, according to information from Politico, confirmed on Wednesday at the Figaro. Gérald Darmanin, who wanted to strictly supervise the arrival of migrants in the French military port, was able to see that justice did not hold the same line of firmness.
Almost all of the people rescued were released after transiting through a dedicated center located on the Giens peninsula, transformed into a waiting area. The reasons vary, but a hundred migrants, who had initially been refused entry into the territory, benefited from a court decision. Lack of sufficient magistrates to rule within the legal deadlines.
A fiasco which revived accusations of laxity from part of the opposition.“We will draw conclusions”