Activists: vigilant police for the France-Japan match in Toulouse
The security system planned for the France-Japan test match this Sunday at the Toulouse Stadium will include surveillance to counter possible actions by pro-climate activists.
Since the action of two activists who clung to the posts of the Stade Toulousain, during the meeting against the Stade Français, Saturday, November 5, and even before the blockade yesterday on the ring road, the attention of the police services relates to the France-Japan rugby test match which is played this Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Stadium.
According to our information, the usual security system for this type of summit meeting, which relies in particular on mobile forces, will also include specific surveillance to counter possible actions by pro-climate activists. Plainclothes police officers from Territorial Intelligence will be present to observe the supporters around the Stadium. And, within the enclosure, the stadiums will be on the lookout. “The security system will be proportionate and adapted to the necessary preservation of public order”, indicates the prefecture without saying more.
The match will be sold out and access to the stadium will be long. The prefecture recommends that spectators arrive earlier in order to have time to go through the various airlocks and enter the enclosure which opens at 11:30 a.m. The island of Ramier will be prohibited for cars (except ticket holders) . Free shuttles will be set up from the Arènes metro station. Tisséo park and ride facilities are free for public transport users