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La Nupes calls for the creation of a commission of inquiry to “monitor” far-right groups

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The left-wing coalition Nupes (LFI, PS, PCF, EELV) requested on Monday, November 21, the formation of a commission of inquiry in the National Assembly regarding Fighting far-right groups in Francein climate “Exacerbation of violence in society”.

A proposal for a solution, put forward by rebel MP Thomas Ports and co-signed by a hundred colleagues from the New People’s Ecological and Social Union (Nupes), points to the emergence of multiple small groups “Identities and Neo-Nazis” in the country.

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“Our responsibility today is to subject them to surveillance, to look at their identity, and to identify them in order to avoid tragedies.”Because of the violence of these groups, said Thomas Portes before the press at the Bourbon Palace. You have to track their financing networks.He added, also considering that these Small groups have ties to the parties, both RN and Reconquest! ».

their development “Part of the context of exacerbating racism and violence in society”He said, citing in particular the corruption that Muslim places of worship are exposed to.

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The member of Seine-Saint-Denis ruled that the government was wearing “responsible” In this case, citing in particular the Minister of the Interior Gerald Darmanin, who, according to him, is in charge “RN Elements” on immigration.

At the meeting, LFI created a file ” Team “ To follow up on the parliamentary activity and the position taken by the Marine Le Pen group, Thomas Portes indicated.

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LFI deputies at this stage do not plan to use “correct drawing” For this investigation committee (the possibility of each group forming one investigation committee per year), which makes its establishment a default.

At the Zemmour meeting in Villepinte, “extreme right-wing hooligans” clearly appeared.

Several violent action plans by small far-right groups, particularly targeting political figures, have been thwarted in recent years.

Suspected members of the Barjols, a group of close identities, were indicted between 2018 and 2022, suspected of planning an attack against Emmanuel Macron in 2018. Honor and Action group members were indicted in 2021 and 2022. “criminal terrorist plot”.

In October, the Marseille Criminal Court sentenced members of the Génération Identitaire to up to one year in prison, for a violent commando operation at the headquarters of SOS Méditerranée, a migrant relief NGO, in Marseille, in 2018.

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