Located about twenty kilometers south-east of Toulouse, the small and peaceful town of Préserville (750 inhabitants) is in turmoil. What was the surprise of the municipal staff and the teaching team of the Grand Cèdre school group when they arrived this morning! Indeed, one or more people decided during the night to express their opposition to the wearing of the mask at school by tagging the ground of the entrance of the establishment, the notice board and the ground in front of the wooden shed. . With inscriptions like “No mask” and “Masqe (sic) equals abuse”.
“The fact is that these people got the wrong target by degrading a public good and attacking a republican symbol synonymous with equality and integration” underlined Mireille Benetti, mayor of the town. at his request, the gendarmes came to make the necessary findings. The mayor filed a complaint following this act of vandalism. According to the gendarmes, the penalty encouraged for such an act can be two years’ imprisonment and a fine of € 30,000.
Mireille Benetti adds: “The town hall provides all its support to staff and teachers who do nothing but respect government instructions. This degradation penalizes the rest of the population by generating costs for the community and makes children endure trauma who do not. have not understood that their school is being degraded. ”