Post-municipal Covid: in Marseille, Nadia Bouhezza’s long march for justice

    Post-municipal Covid: in Marseille, Nadia Bouhezza’s long march for justice

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    It is a rounded and careful handwriting that runs across the pages of a large A3 size notebook. A logbook of the Covid-19 epidemic in a way, tinged with a violent bitterness. All the events, declarations and decisions taken during this unprecedented year of the pandemic are duly recorded there. This frosty Sunday in January, Nadia Bouhezza meets Release in a hotel near Les Invalides, in Paris, drained by the ten-hour drive from Marseille, his city of always. At 50, the social worker, candidate on the LR list of 15e and 16e boroughs in the last municipal elections, is preparing for a river hearing “By an exceptional court”, the Court of Justice of the Republic (CJR). And intends to unfold there “His relentless chronology”.

    Gouailleuse although a little intimidated, Nadia Bouhezza is one of the few citizens whose complaint against the State, for mismanagement of the health crisis, was deemed admissible.

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