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In its report published on Monday, Le Revers de la Médaille, a collective representing 90 associations, stated that among those moved, in addition to refugees, some families and children were already in a precarious and vulnerable situation.

The report also said police were cracking down on sex workers and drug addicts, removing them from their usual networks where they could receive vital health services and support. “The Île-de-France region was evacuated from some people the government deemed undesirable,” the report said.

The collective said deportations and dismantling of tent camps in and around the city have intensified since April last year, and 12,545 people have been moved in the previous 13 months.

Paul Alauzy, health monitoring coordinator at Médecins du Monde, accused authorities of subjecting the city's most precarious population to "social cleansing" to make Paris "appear in the most flattering light possible" for the Olympics. He said people were being moved to temporary regional centres set up last year as a short-term solution to the problem.

“They hide the misery under the rug,” he said. “If this were truly an honourable solution to the problem, people would fight to get on the buses. But it is not like that. “We are making life impossible for these people and those who support them.”

Albania News Agency

 

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