Manuel Valls continues its fight against terrorism. The Prime Minister announced on Wednesday the creation of a structure to support young “back from conflict zones,” on condition that they not be subject to prosecution. For him, this initiative, which should translate “with individualized support, psychological support and enhanced supervision” should enable these young people to “find their place in our society. ”
“These young individuals that are reported should be followed up. We also have to learn how to detect warning signs of these breaks” , said he has but said that 2,500 officials from different departments have already been trained in the fight against radicalization plan. This structure, which it was proposed by the Interior Minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, should be implemented “by the end of the year.” This idea is reminiscent choice of Denmark to support youth who went to wage jihad in Syria. For over a year, social services and the Aahus police, the second city of the country, have set up a rehabilitation program based on dialogue.
This initiative could come as well help strengthen the monitoring of these young people in France and consolidate the fight against terrorism. “For a year, through our initiatives, almost 1,900 reports were received of which a quarter to minors,” he said. According to the head of government, or 1,605 French residents in France are being identified for their involvement in (the) terrorist networks. Of these, 445 are now find in Syria and 99 have died.
During his speech, the Prime Minister again defended the law on intelligence, which is to be voted on Tuesday, May 5 at the ‘National Assembly. This controversial bill seeks, according to him, “preserve a fair balance between the protection of persons particularly vis-à-vis the threat of terrorism and the protection of the freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.”