Incidents at Stade de France: Gerald Darmanin maintains "all the confidence" Emmanuel Macron has, but...

Olivia Gregoire, a government spokeswoman, stated that Gerald Darmanin has "all of the confidence" of President Emmanuel Macron.

Incidents at Stade de France: Gerald Darmanin maintains "all the confidence" Emmanuel Macron has, but...

Olivia Gregoire, a government spokeswoman, stated that Gerald Darmanin has "all of the confidence" of President Emmanuel Macron. Meanwhile, strong criticism is being levelled at the Minister of Interior following Saturday's disruption of the Champions League final.

After the Council of Ministers, she stated that Gerald Darmanin was a Minister of Interior who has the full trust of the President of Republic.

However, President Emmanuel Macron asked for transparency from the government about Saturday's incidents near the Stade de France. Olivia Gregoire said that she was sorry.

She stated that the Head of State had told the Council of Ministers that transparency was something he expected from him government. hammered.

She added that she also has the right to apologize, and in any event to say we are sorry to answer one of the many questions at the Council of Ministers. She repeated the phrase several times: "We could have done better. We must clarify what happened."

Saturday night, chaos reigned at the Stade de France as the Champions League final between Liverpool & Real Madrid was taking place. Hundreds of spectators were seen climbing the gates of the Stade de France, while their families and supporters were sprayed with tear gas and attacked or robbed by supporters. Gerald Darmanin said incidents were justified by "30,000-40,000." English supporters who had no tickets or falsified tickets.

According to authorities, this situation led to large congestion near the Stade de France, overflows, and an intervention from the police which did not result in any serious injuries.

The controversy hasn't subsided since then. However, oppositions from the far right and far left consider Gerald Darmanin's assertions to be false. Marine Le Pen, the leader of the National Rally asked the minister to "leave". The Senate will hear Gerald Darmanin, and Amelie Oudea–Castera, Minister of Sports, on this subject at 5 p.m.

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