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Yemenia crash, the families of victims protest outside the prefecture of Marseilles




Yemenia crash, the families of victims protest outside the prefecture of Marseilles
Saturday afternoon, about fifty relatives and members of associations of victims of Yemenia plane crash off the Comoros, during the night of 29 to 30 June 2009, organized a demonstration in front of the prefecture of Marseilles.
"The Yemenia killed me. Comoros betrayed me. The French government has sacrificed me", harshly lashed out a banner.
 
Dressed in white T-shirts, the protesters urged the authorities to quickly implement a true "precautionary principle" and believe those four years after the crash, nothing has been made ​​to ensure that passenger safety can be maintained, whether at the level of pilot training and on the age of the aircraft in service.

Saïd Ahamada, spokesman for the group, who lost two cousins ​​in the critical disaster and the passivity of France who he has done almost nothing to aviation safety between Sanaa in Yemen and Moroni, with Yemenia Company continues to spread its wings for the service of the Comoros.
 
As a reminder, on June 25, a report by the Comorian inquiry had questioned the direct responsibility of the pilot in the crash that killed 159 people.



Anli Saendou


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