In shock, he would have fainted.
Edgar Bsharyan is hospitalized,
In Dieppe (Seine-Maritime), it is "stupor and indignation", writes
About fifty people were gathered this Tuesday morning at dawn in front of the police station of the city.
Another demonstration is already scheduled for this Wednesday, “the fourth in two weeks”.
"For Edgar, freedom, equality, fraternity", chant his supporters, tirelessly.
Edgar Bsharyan, an Armenian who arrived in Dieppe two years ago, is about to be expelled after an order to leave French territory fell about six months ago.
Neither his story [he fled to avoid a forced marriage to his partner and risks being sent to the front if he returns to the country], nor his family situation [he has, with his partner, two very young children], nor his integration [he speaks French and is involved in the life of the city] have been right for the moment of the threat which hovered over his head during his long months of house arrest, lists the daily regional.
Edgar was summoned this Tuesday morning at 7:55 a.m. to the Dieppe police station from where he was to leave with the border police, following the rejection of his appeal to the court.
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“He was told on Monday that he was going to be taken to Roissy to be sent back to Armenia”, explains to
Florent Bussy, elected representative from Dieppe.
Edgar was able to produce several certificates from employers wishing to hire him, whether in masonry or restoration.
A waste of time so far.
"He is a graduate in economics but he is ready to do anything to work and protect his children", confided in tears one of his sisters (regularized for a long time) to the local news site.
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