Paris: Fast-track justice after French riots and violent incidents has become an example for the world.
According to details, more than 800 police officers were seriously injured in riots and violent incidents in France, while more than one billion pounds were lost, but 26 suspects were presented in fast track courts and 22 were charged.
Recently, 17-year-old Naheel was killed by the police in France. After Naheel’s death, there was a wave of public grief and anger, and in the form of nationwide protests, people from all over France rioted in reaction.
As a result of the riots, the country’s property suffered enormous damage, the miscreants held the country hostage for several days, the miscreants tore down banks, stadiums, shopping malls and ATM machines as well.
More than 800 police officers were seriously injured while more than £1 billion was damaged. So far, 26 suspects have been brought before fast-track courts, of which 22 have been charged.
The French government has passed a bill that will allow police access to people’s cell phones and the Internet. So far, 76 percent of criminals are in custody through fast-track trials. Justice has become possible, setting up fast-track courts in response to atrocities is an example for the whole world.