On June 26, at nightfall, in a restaurant in Marseille, Emmanuel Macron was excited. He’s coming out of a big debate in a gymnasium in the northern quarters where the residents openly challenged him. Mothers told him about fear “24 hours on 24 hours” For them and their children, crime scenes worthy of the Netflix series Down the Block, or crying for a lost son. They told him of the lack of means available for school and associations, of unworthy housing, and of the feeling of not being possessed “The same life” from others. ‘We are prisoners out in the open’, summarizing one of them. In his shirt sleeves, proactively, the Head of State promised that Marseille, his city, would be his “little laboratory” for the “Neighborhoods 2030” plan – as a preliminary measure, sponsoring children in schools from two years of age or receiving college
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