For the Minister of the Interior, “police violence” does not exist as we imagine it, because the police exercise legitimate authority. Last week, more than 30,000 people demonstrated in France against this police violence. For lawyer Arié Alimi, member of the national office of the Human Rights League, this violence is partly linked to the way in which the State asserts its power. He writes it in his essay The outlaw statepublished by La Découverte.
Arié Alimi in the RFI studios. © Frédérique Genot / RFI
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