On the night of January 11 and 12, nine libraries were covered with a “certificate of collaboration” poster.
The perpetrators have not yet been identified.
The town hall and the prefecture have already filed a complaint, the city encourages librarians to do the same.
“Certificate of collaboration: to thank you for having collaborated with the French State and for having applied health apartheid.
On the morning of January 12, librarians from the city of Paris discovered this message on the doors of their establishment.
Posters discreetly put up the night before.
In total, in the capital, nine libraries were targeted in the 1st, 10th and 20th arrondissements.
“A totally unfair act, comments Carine Rolland, assistant to the culture of the town hall of Paris.
Librarians do all they can despite the constraints.
Pointing the finger at them in relation to the health pass is ridiculous.
We are obligated to obey the law.
“There is nothing to identify the perpetrators”
The mystery still hangs over the identity of the authors.
"Nothing on the posters allows us to identify them," says the city, which filed a complaint two days after the incident.
"These are certainly opponents of the health pass or antivax," said the Paris city union blog, Social Nec Mergitur.
The police headquarters, mentioned on the sign, also filed a complaint.
The town hall of Paris encourages librarians to do the same.
Since August, you need a health pass to browse the shelves of libraries.
"At the time, we did not have an event like this," said the town hall.
This Monday, the vaccination pass came into force and is also requested at the entrance to libraries.
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