New Caledonia: Macron speaks of “unprecedented insurrection”

New Caledonia: Macron speaks of “unprecedented insurrection”
New Caledonia: Macron speaks of “unprecedented insurrection”

Macron evokes an “absolutely unprecedented insurrection movement”

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Emmanuel Macron spoke on Thursday of an “absolutely unprecedented insurrection movement” which has shaken New Caledonia since mid-May.

“No one saw it coming with this level of organization and violence,” added the head of state visiting a police station in the center of Nouméa, praising the “coolness” and “professionalism” of the police officers. and gendarmes deployed on the ground. “We will go until the end, the days and weeks that come will still be difficult,” he added.

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