In response to the call of a coalition of associations and movements in the fight against vaccination liability and health passes, they met hundreds of people at the Basse-Terre in front of the CHBT’s entrance. A meeting that led them to the Regional Council premises
The meeting scheduled by the Bass-Trail Collective this Thursday is less likely to be coincidental when a local plenum is held on the same day.
Of course a meeting was arranged in front of the CHBT, which reminded them of the real cause of the movement, and also the starting point of a demonstration on the streets of the main town, especially those that could lead them from La Jacinta district to it. Carmel then moved from Petit Paris to the outskirts of Petit Paradise, the seat of the local community.
With the leader of the movement in mind, a precautionary march was launched, with protesters soon storming the building and, without a hitch, inside it, local elected officials held their last plenary session of the year on Thursday the 4th. term. A plenary session on any of the 8 items on the agenda is not directly related to the current social situation.
The intrusion was therefore intended to force elected officials to take them into account.
But once in a hemicycle, they can only notice the absence of elected officials. The local advisers, who had been warned of their arrival, decided to speed up their meeting by overcoming a few points before leaving.
For the time being, the protesters were still on the half-cycle they were holding, alternating between loudly chanting slogans and protest songs.
All this, without a speaker in front of them.
Like another episode of the Deaf Conversation that continues between elected officials and collective members.
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