Intrusion into the Tricastin power plant: leniency granted to Greenpeace. In June, 12 women and 22 men appeared, some for entering the nuclear power plant compound on February 21, 2020, and others for demonstrating outside the entrance to the site. “This is a complete disavowal of the Greenpeace criminalization policy pursued by EDF!” : Me Alexandre Faro, the lawyer for Greenpeace France and the 34 activists of the environmental NGO prosecuted for an intrusion into the perimeter of the aging nuclear power plant of Tricastin, in February 2020, is hardly overwhelmed before the court of Valence ( Drome). Of course justice this Tuesday condemned each of the activists to a fine of 300 euros – including those who had only demonstrated in front of the central, without crossing the enclosure fences – and Greenpeace France to a fine of 20,000 euros for this. indisputable trespassing offense.
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Thirty-four Greenpeace activists were being prosecuted by EDF for breaking into the site of the Tricastin power plant in Drôme in February 2020. The Valencia court did not retain a prison sentence: they are sentenced to a fine of 300 euros each.
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