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Mayotte: Online Petition against violence and insecurity on the island addressed to Manuel Valls




An online petition currently circulating on the social networks against violence and insecurity in Mayotte and is sent directly to the Minister of the Interior, Manuel Valls, as relates the journal of Mayotte.
 
"For several months, Mayotte is hit by a wave of violence and burglaries of magnitude and extremely disturbing speed and its population-wide", stresses in its first lines the petition that asks Manuel Valls "an unprecedented commitment of the State to eradicate this phenomenon in Mayotte".
 
 "Thus Mamoudzou, capital of the island, became the 5th most broken into city of France (Editor's Note: Source newspaper L'Express). Violence to the person has also exploded and today affect the whole of the territory of brutally and daily," says the petition published on December 4.

The latter also deplores that "this rise of insecurity in Mayotte at night of the "attractiveness"of the island and"scared off the skills and investors".
 
"The online petition put also forward the reasons"of this rise of insecurity"in Mayotte namely"a lack of means and services organization of police and gendarmerie, a lack of educational structures and places of accommodation for the thousands of unaccompanied minors, a lack of appropriate legal means"thus lack of economic and professional opportunities".
 
 "Act before it's too late!", says the petition at the end of text.
 
1.229 signatures (December 9, 2013 at 9 h 16 local time Mayotte) were collected on the site avaaz.org.
 
 As a reminder, the Minister of the Interior, Manuel Valls, announced his next move in Mayotte around January 12.



Assani Badrudin


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