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France's Robert Menard filmed trying to evict family of Syrian refugees | Daily Mail Online


France's Robert Menard filmed trying to evict family of Syrian refugees | Daily Mail Online: The astonished refugee - a man in his 30s – asks if there is anywhere else he can go, and then says he will leave ‘after one month’.

But Mr Menard tells him that he has no interest in refugees who ‘break in’ to properties, and tells him that he can ‘go where he likes’.

Mr Menard then launches into other tirades, one in front of a father, his wife, and at least one young child.

‘You will be welcome only if you respect the rules of this country, and this town,’ Mr Menard said.

Opponents immediately branded Mr Menard’s intervention as brutal and insensitive because the refugees have no money and nowhere to go.

Aime Couquet, another local politician, accused the mayor of ‘acting illegally’, saying: ‘You need a court order to expel someone.'

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