Paris: The Sorbonne occupied, anti-police tags discovered on the walls

About 150 to 200 students occupied the Panthéon-Sorbonne University (Paris) on Wednesday evening to show their dissatisfaction with the poster for the second round of the presidential election between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen.

Several walls of the building were covered with inscriptions hostile to the two candidates, but also to the police officers (ACAB as “All cops are bastards”). Anti-capitalist messages and anarchist slogans were also discovered.

Wednesday evening, according to information obtained by CNEWS, access to the Panthéon-Sorbonne University was blocked by a few police officers. This did not prevent several students from entering through the grilles of a window at rue Victor Cousin.

“There is a mobilization of youth, a revolt in reaction to the poster of the between-two towers”, indicated to AFP Victor Mendez, president of Unef Nanterre, present at the Sorbonne. “It is fed up with the worsening of precariousness, with regard to the future that is left to us with regard to the state of the planet,” he added.

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