FEMEN activists threaten to take under its own office Parisian town hall
A court in France on the first day of the week ruled to evict the FEMEN from a building in the outskirts of Paris, which they used as the headquarters of the movement, reports the Agency.
According to the court decision, the building of the enterprise for water treatment in the municipality of Clichy must be released without delay. In addition, who held his feminists believed to contribute to the local budget 7, 4 thousand Euro is the total unpaid bills for the use of electricity.
The leader of the FEMEN Inna Shevchenko told the Agency that the participants of the movement will not resist eviction. Along with this she said that conducted the search of the new office.
" We will take any Church in Paris or even the Hotel de Ville (Paris city hall). Why not?", - said the activist.
The activists started in 2008 in Ukraine's movement FEMEN spend Topless-action not only at home, but around the world. In 2012, the movement was registered in France. In the last month of summer was announced that FEMEN collapses activity in Ukraine.
in September 2012, the French justice issued to representatives of the FEMEN official notification of the registration of this international women's movement on the area of France. Almost synchronously justice of Ukraine repeatedly denied the motion to permit the organization to the country, accusing him of participating in extremism.
in March during the meeting of the Conclave to elect a new Pope two Activists of the Ukrainian movement held an action in St. Peter's square in the Vatican. Stripped to the waist, they set fire to smoke bomb.
in April at the Hanover industrial fair few girls who were among the many correspondents, broke through the fence to centuries Putin and Angela Merkel, naked to the waist and began shouting obscene slogans in English. These phrases were written on their bodies.
in the same month feminists poured Holy water of sprays in the form of the Holy virgin Mary the head of the Catholic Church in Belgium, Archbishop of Mechelen-Brussels Andre-Mutien Leonard.