Prime Minister Gabriel Attal visits devastated city after tragic death of young Shemseddine – Follow the live stream and details on the government’s action plan

2024-04-18 13:33:32

A trip to a devastated city. The Prime Minister, Gabriel Attal, spoke on Thursday April 18 at the end of a visit to Viry-Châtillon (Essonne), two weeks to the day later the death of young Shemseddine, 15 years old, beaten near his school. At the request of the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, the Prime Minister is responsible to organize a “Grenelle” on violence against minors. “It’s the Republic that counterattacks”, commented Gabriel Attal. Follow our live stream.

Gabriel Attal aims for “authority everywhere, for everyone”. According to the government spokesperson, the Prime Minister was traveling to “detail an action plan” on “authority everywhere, for everyone”. His visit began at 10 a.m. Thursday with a first sequence on “support for young people”. During his speech, he highlighted the prevalence of juveniles in serious crimes and assaults. “Violence does not wait for the number of years”he said.

Four people implicated in Shemseddine’s death. Four young men, three minors and one adult, were indicted for “assassination” on April 10. They were all placed in pre-trial detention. A dispute linked to the sister of two of them is said to be the cause of the teenager’s death.

Several similar cases have recently hit the headlines. On April 3, a schoolgirl was seriously injured by three people in Montpellier (Hérault), against the backdrop of a quarrel fueled on social networks. On April 9, Zakaria, 15 years old, was stabbed to death while he intervened during a fight in Romans-sur-Isère (Drôme). One of the accused is a 16-year-old teenager, indicted for “willful violence with premeditation”.

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