The demonstration, at the Paris suburb of Gonesse where attacker Mickael H dwelt, was proposed for Thursday by Hadama Traore, who’s seeking to develop a profile on social networking since the”political offender of their suburbs”.
Traore condemned last week’s assault on Facebook, but he desired the demonstration to occur for a sign of solidarity to its Gonesse community and to prevent the assault used to discriminate against Muslim or cultural communities.
“The protest intended in Gonesse in service of the Paris authorities murderer is an act of infamy and also an insult to the memory of the police force,” Interior Minister Christophe Castaner composed on Twitter on Wednesday, in announcing the ban.
The offender, who had been shot dead by authorities, was born to the French island of Martinique and had worked in the police headquarters for many decades. He converted to Islam about ten decades back.
Traore didn’t say if he’d proceed with the event regardless of the ban, however, stated in a Facebook article on Wednesday he had been liberated as a French citizen to carry such demonstrations.
“In France, we’ve got the freedom to show. In France, the authorities are there to safeguard all of the populace,” he wrote.