After the excesses, the mayor of Lorient does not rule out filing a complaint
The city of Lorient woke up still a little groggy by the violence which, the day before, affected it in its center. On the quays, garbage cans and burnt wooden stakes, there is nothing left. Everything has been cleaned up. It remains to quantify the cost for the community. “We have to redo the public road, replace the street furniture”, comments the mayor Fabrice Loher. He asked his services to precisely quantify the damage. “And specifically those of yesterday.” Fabrice Loher already knows that the bill promises to be steep: “several thousand euros”. He does not rule out filing a complaint.
We must resume the paths of dialogue.
Listening to the people
The postponed city council will be held on Wednesday, March 29. Fabrice Loher does not intend to postpone the community council scheduled for Tuesday, the day of the next event. “This morning (Friday), there was a conference of mayors. Union representatives spoke in a calm atmosphere. Local elected officials remain in their place but are also attentive to the population”.
In a tense social context, Fabrice Loher now considers it necessary for the government to “listen more” and take “the measure of a situation that is slipping away from us. We must return to the paths of dialogue”.
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