This Monday, the Minister of the Interior Gerald Darmanin announced a dissolution procedure against the Black African Defense League (LDNA). Where did this decision come from? What is this organization? The Internet user takes stock.

“I have decided to launch the procedure initiating the dissolution of the Black African Defense League”. Here is the announcement that we could read, Monday, September 13, on the Twitter account of the Minister of the Interior Gerald Darmanin. This decision follows the incidents that occurred during the weekend, at the town hall of Val-de-Reuil (Eure). But what had happened so that the LDNA attracted so much the wrath of the minister? Saturday September 11, during a wedding at the town hall of this small town of Eure, the socialist councilor Marc-Antoine Jamet was floured on the forecourt, before a group of individuals decided to infiltrate the town hall and not come to disrupt the ceremonies in progress.

On social networks, the gathering of these individuals was launched by the Black African Defense League (LDNA), questioned this Monday, September 13 by the minister. Originally, it fought against anti-Black racism and sought to promote Pan-Africanism. She called for the rally after tensions arose in the city of Eure, between two children. However, the rally in front of the town hall had not been authorized, and came after a week of clashes between Kurdish and African communities in the city, AFP said.

I have decided to launch the procedure initiating the dissolution of the Black African Defense League. The speeches of this racist structure call for hatred and discrimination. His actions cause disturbances to public order, like this weekend in Val-de-Rueil.

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“The speeches of this racist structure call for hatred and discrimination. Its actions cause disturbances to public order, such as this weekend in Val-de-Rueil”, thus justified the Minister of the Interior on Twitter this Monday. According to our colleagues from Marianne, this is not the first time that the LNDA has attracted the anger of politicians. As a reminder, the association was created in 2017 and often carries out punch operations to fight against anti-black racism.

“I have decided to launch the procedure initiating the dissolution of the Black African Defense League”. Here is the announcement that we could read, Monday, September 13, on the Twitter account of the Minister of the Interior Gerald Darmanin. This…

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