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Lhe settlement reached between the administration of Sciences Po and the pro-Palestine college students who blocked the institution on Friday April 26 sparked robust political reactions. During a visit to the Channel on Saturday, the Prime Minister, Gabriel Attal, denounced a “heartbreaking spectacle »attributable to a lively minority » who seeks to impose your guidelines “.

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Dozens of scholars gathered on Friday on the varsity grounds to assist the Palestinians, within the wake of protests on prestigious American campuses. At the tip of the afternoon, the police chief evacuated the general public freeway, and the police requested the scholars, activists and sympathizers of the Palestine committee to depart the premises.

In the night, the administration of Sciences Po introduced an settlement with the scholars: an inside debate might be organized and the disciplinary procedures initiated in opposition to the demonstrators are suspended. “Given these decisions, the students have undertaken to no longer disrupt classes, exams as well as all the activities of the institution,” wrote Jean Bassères, provisional administrator.

LR requires Sciences Po Paris to be positioned below supervision

For LR deputy Pierre-Henri Dumont, a graduate of Sciences Po Paris, the administration “ wallow in front of the demands of an extreme left minority totally ideologized by Ms. Hassan [la militante franco-palestinienne et candidate de La France insoumise aux européennes, Rima Hassan, NDLR]Mr. Mélenchon and the deputies of La France insoumise “. On the CNews set, the MP calls for the school to be placed under supervision, as does Stéphane Le Rudulier, LR senator for Bouches-du-Rhône.

Friday, five deputies from La France insoumise, tricolor scarf visible, as well as Rima Hassan were present during this mobilization which saw pro-Israel demonstrators and pro-Palestine demonstrators clash, through slogans.

“The management of Science Po has once again demonstrated its inability to fight against the extremists who are disrupting the lives of thousands of students with the use of anti-Semitic and pro-Hamas slogans”, For his half, mentioned Bruno Retailleau, president of the LR group within the Senate.

Sciences Po Paris, an “open-air ZAD”, in response to the RN

The spokesperson for the National Rally, Thomas Ménage, described Sciences Po as “an open-air ZAD plagued by Islamo-leftism in the heart of Paris. Faced with this observation, the management finds nothing better to do than to fall flat on its face in front of the far-left anti-Semites.”

On the left, Raphaël Glucksmann, head of the PS-Place publique checklist within the European elections, estimated, Friday April 26, that the varsity had “ the right to evacuate. A “lamentable position”, reacted Aymeric Caron, REV deputy.

After the administration's bulletins, Sciences Po college students who have been members of the Palestine Committee introduced that no new occupation was deliberate “for the moment”.