The French National Assembly votes for the second time on a bill on the social use of confiscated asset

CRIM’HALT REJOICES OVER THE VOTE ON THE LAW “SOCIAL USE OF CONFISCATED ASSET” Unanimity within the French National Assembly, for the second time Crim’HALT rejoices over the unanimous vote that took place on Thursday, November 28, 2019, on the law proposal submitted by the representative El Hairy, that aims at upgrading the treasury of associations …

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Stay on the lands freed from the mafia: how to better face serious crime in France

Crim’HALT, that always aims at promoting social justice and in partnership with “Culture against Camorra”, went to Italy, thanks to a European Erasmus+ project, in order to engage with training within anti-mafia cooperatives. Find below the brief summary of the trip: stay for self-training at the heart of the cooperatives on the lands freed from …

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Operation “Guéant, give the appartment back!”

Saturday, December 9, 2017, World anti-corruption day, even though they were not far from this parade, it is not a song from Johnny that Crim’HALT, Anticor, Metamorphosis and Deputy Watch, Paradis Fiscaux & Judiciaires have been singing. While shouting “Guéant, give the apartment back”, those four associations gathered together in front of the apartment of …

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Press release: confiscated goods slip out of civil society!

The ill-gotten gains will not return to the citizens! The real property confiscated by the justice will not be will not be made available for associations or social enterprises! This legal evolution is asked for by associations that fight against serious crime such as Anticor (Anti-corruption association) and Crim’HALT as well as the French Chamber …

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