And as usual, not a female “refugee” in sight. Some 500 illegal migrants have been expelled from a public garden in Nantes, France, where they had been living in tents, following a court decision.
RT Earlier, doctors warned of epidemics and locals voiced unease over their presence. Sanitation became a big issue in the makeshift camp as there is only one toilet and just a single water tank to serve 500 people
The camp in the center of the city had been a source of tension between the mayor and the local prefecture, after the mayor had originally refused to expel them. The local prefecture was concerned about issues surrounding sanitation following warnings from Medecins du Monde that it could lead to epidemics. Locals had also voiced unease over their presence.
RT’s Charlotte Dubenskij visited the location and talked to one of the refugees.“We’re lost, hopeless. There’s a problem with finding somewhere to live, and food. We don’t sleep well, it’s tiresome,” said a man identified as Mohammed. (Then go home, Mo)