Collective lawsuits to "remove" the governor

Collective lawsuits to “remove” the governor

The province of Pointe-à-Peter on Friday denounced a local group’s call for a “deportation” of a governor GuadeloupeAnd
Alexandre Rochatwho accuses him of mismanaging the health crisis.

The county, which canceled Friday’s meeting with this association, specifies that it reported the “particularly insulting and inappropriate statements” to the attorney general’s office, which also target the Director of the Regional Health Agency (ARS), Valerie Dinnox, and Academy Dean Kristen Gangloff Ziegler. This meeting was announced following the confinement of the members of this association, Mont Guadeloupe, in a safe area of ​​Pointe-a-Pitre airport on Tuesday.

Faced with a health situation that remains “dangerous” due to Covid-19, the government has decided toSend a report to September 13 Beginning of the school year in the West Indies. Guadeloupe has been particularly hard hit by Covid with an incidence rate of 1,822 cases per 100,000 population observed on August 20.

Broken negotiations

“Referring, voluntarily and with full awareness, to the darkest hours of our history, the members of this association affirmed their desire to reject any possibility of peaceful exchanges,” the province frowned in a press release published on Friday.

The Mont Guadeloupe group, which is widely present on social media, denounces the management of the health crisis by the authorities, and resorts to listening to it with punches such as the occupation of the airport. The governorate said that these statements about the governor’s deportation “could have been made during the negotiations that followed this illegal occupation” of the airport.

AFP failed to join the association.

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