The mayor of Liverpool, victim of Pickpockets on the evening of the Champions League final, will also be auditioned Thursday by the Senate, who has already heard the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin sketch a start of Mea Culpa after the ‘Chaotic organization of the event.
The parade continues in the Senate to understand the origin and the course of chaotic events which tainted the final of the football champions league at the Stade de France de Saint-Denis, May 28.
After the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin and the Minister of Sports Amélie Oudéa-Castera, the 1 er June, it is Didier Lallemant, the Paris police prefect who will be auditioned, Thursday, June 9, before the Senate Culture and Law Commission at 10 a.m. and then, from 2:30 p.m., several officials of the French Football Federation (FFF): Philippe Diallo, Vice-President, Florence Hardouin, Director General, Erwan Le Prévost, Director of Institutional Relations, and Didier Pinteaux, Security Manager.
The mayor of Liverpool, Steve Rotheram, will also be heard at 4 p.m. He was himself present at the Stade de France and was the victim of Pickpockets. They will be questioned about chaos scenes and incidents that have broken out on the sidelines of this meeting won by Real Madrid against Liverpool (1-0).
spectators without tickets who climb the gates, supporters and families sprayed with tear gas, other victims of flights or assaults: the order to maintain order during the most important match of the season in Europe is Since the subject of a lively controversy in France and England.
Gérald Darmanin, who has been incriminating British supporters since the controversy, believing that they are largely responsible for incidents, had, before the Senators, apologized to Liverpool supporters for “big damage, especially On children “caused by tear gas. But at the same time he had maintained his version, highly criticized, on the number of false tickets, reaffirming that “35,000” supporters with falsified tickets or without a ticket had presented themselves at the Stade de France.
“Several tickets have been duplicated hundreds of times,” he said. According to the latest figures communicated, the FFF and the UEFA have so far assessed at “2,800” the number “of false scanned tickets”.