The images of the New Year's rave party in Lieuron (Ille-et-Vilaine) are still in everyone's mind.
Since then, the authorities are on the teeth to try to prevent new gatherings, which are however held every weekend in the four corners of France.
According to the prefecture of Ille-et-Vilaine, a rave party would also be in the pipes this weekend.
⚠️ HIGH RISK OF RAVE-PARTY: PREVENTIVE MEASURES ⚠️
👉 Prevent any unauthorized musical festive gathering that would call into question the health efforts made for months in #IlleEtVilaine
➡️ Prefectural decree: https://t.co/6vTCpk2R6l
- Ille-et-Vilaine Gendarmerie (@ Gendarmerie_35) June 10, 2021
It could "bring together several hundred participants" and would be "likely to take place on June 12 and 13 in the West of France".
To prevent Ille-et-Vilaine from once again being the scene, the prefect has just taken a decree, evoking "public and health risks".
A decree that runs until Monday 8 a.m.
From Friday 6 p.m. and until Monday 8 a.m., festive gatherings of a musical nature will be prohibited throughout the department.
The circulation of any vehicle carrying sound equipment will also be prohibited on the entire road network this weekend.
Participants are also liable to fines and even prison terms for the organizers.
"The police and gendarmerie will again be fully mobilized to ensure the maintenance of public order and compliance with health rules in this context," warns the prefecture of Ille-et-Vilaine.
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