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“Social divisions” in France and the anti-terror tactics

Manuel Carlos Valls Galfetti (Barcelona, España; 13 de agosto de 1962), conocido como Manuel Valls, es un político francés de origen español. Es, desde el 31 de marzo de 2014, el Primer ministro de Francia, cargo al que accedió investido por el presidente François Hollande tras la dimisión del socialista Jean-Marc Ayrault.

Manuel Carlos Valls Galfetti; – born 13 August 1962 – is a French politician who has been the Prime Minister of France since 31 March 2014. He was the Minister of the Interior from 2012-14. He is a member of the Socialist Party. Born in Barcelona, Spain to a Catalan father and a Swiss mother, Valls was Mayor of Évry from 2001–12 and was first elected to the National Assembly of France in 2002. He is regarded as belonging to the Socialist Party’s social liberal wing, sharing common orientations with Scandinavian-style social democracy and Blairism.

‘Social divisions were there in the past’ admits French Prime Minister on announcement of new anti-terror tactics

New sweeping measures to counter homegrown extremism announced by the French government are not enough to deal with longer term social divisions within the country.

That was the warning from French Prime Minister Manuel Valls as he presented his multi-million euro package to parliament following the recent terrorist attacks in Paris.

“I don’t forget that before the tragic events that we went through, we had a problem of exclusion in society, which doesn’t only concern urban centres. And there was a more general feeling felt by some of being left on the outside, an identity crisis, and crisis of confidence towards public officials and the powerful elite. All of these elements remain …despite the recent show solidarity by the people of France,” said Prime Minister Manuel Valls

Over three years, nearly 2,700 people will be recruited – many into security. More than 400 million euros will be invested in new equipment including better weapons
and surveillance will be stepped up on suspects.

But there are also to be sixty extra Muslim clerics to be employed in prisons to deter radicalism among inmates – it is one of the prime minister’s new measures which recognises that tackling the problem before it develops may offer more protection.

Source: liveleak.com


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