Squatted premises of Le Petit Cambodge restaurant in Paris: the case under advisement on January 4, 2021
The managers of the restaurant denounce the occupation of premises belonging to them by militant squatters.
A hearing opposing the managers of the restaurant Le Petit Cambodge, located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, to militant squatters, took place this Tuesday morning at the Paris court.
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The managers of Le Petit Cambodge had indeed taken legal action: a complaint had been filed for trespassing.The case was finally put under advisement on January 4, 2021 from 3 p.m., as indicated by Le Petit Cambodge on its page.Facebook this Tuesday.
Known to have been one of the targets of the November 2015 attacks in Paris, the establishment hoped to open a premises in January for “a new start.” But today, the restaurant managers are in despair.
This room belonging to their restaurant, located in the district of Place Sainte-Marthe at 1 rue Jean et Marie Moinon (10th), has in fact been occupied since mid-November by activists (isolated individuals or members of associations such as Youth For Climate Paris or Décolonisons le Féminisme, as we can read in this press release of December 13).These activists denounce a place that has been unoccupied for five years, which they would like to see used for solidarity rather than a new commercial activity.
In the meantime, the managers of Petit Cambodge, who have two other restaurants in the neighborhood (rue Beaurepaire and rue Alibert), want to take back possession of the premises.The occupants have "changed the locks, painted the walls", "organize aperitifs there, propose to meet there, to fight there ...while we fight to maintain our activity ”, denounced the team of the restaurant in a message published on December 26 on Facebook.
Posted Date: 2020-12-31