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Dati deplores a demonstration that is too “middle and upper class” and “not popular”

The town hall of the 7th arrondissement of Paris Rachida Dati, Tuesday evening, on the set of Quotidien. Screenshot / Daily.

Guest of Quotidien Tuesday evening, the mayor of 7e arrondissement of Paris made a comparison between Sunday’s march and that of January 11, 2015, which was “spontaneous, overflowing with people, young people, life and desire.”

What was the sociology of the 180,000 French people who came to demonstrate against anti-Semitism on Sunday? While the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin announced Tuesday morning that more than 1,500 anti-Jewish acts had been recorded since October 7, the date of the Hamas terrorist attack on Israel, a little music suggests, in recent hours, that only part of France was reunited on November 12. An analysis shared by Rachida Dati. If the mobilization figures show, for the mayor of 7e district of Paris, guest of Quotidien Tuesday evening, that “there was a Republican surge“, the former Minister of Justice deplored “a very middle class, upper class demonstration“. “This nwas not a popular demonstration“, she indicated.

Way to better draw a parallel with the giant demonstration of January 11, 2015, after the attacks against Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Casher, which brought together, at the time, more than 3.7 million French people. “VSwas almost a spontaneous walk. There were people everywhere. It was overflowing with young people, life, andenvy», recalled, with nostalgia, the elected Parisian, who regrets “a deeply fractured country todaytoday.» Even more so with this conflict between Israel and Hamas, which has been imported into France for a month. With all the political and societal consequences that this entails. According to Rachida Dati, these divisions are “just the revealer of the depths of society,other discomforts in France.»

A disagreement with Ciotti

The opportunity also for Nicolas Sarkozy’s former minister to differentiate herself from the President of the Republicans Éric Ciotti, the latter having announced this Tuesday at the Figaro that he would not participate in the “Saint-Denis Meetings” with Emmanuel Macron on November 17. A decision taken after the non-participation of the head of state in Sunday’s demonstration. Showing a reverse position, Rachida Dati “think it wasn’t the place” of the President of the Republic. “In this very fractured time“, She “waits (from him, Editor’s note) action, a firm, clear, committed penal policy in the fight against anti-Semitism, against all forms of racism.»

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