In Nantes, the 19-year-old Guinean Mohamed Bangoura (Mohamed Bangoura) is struggling to order him to leave France. High school students are perfectly integrated, work alternately, and publish poetry under the name of Falmarès, which has earned him a good reputation.
On Friday, April 23, 2021, during the phone call between Joëlle and Armel Mandart, Joelle and Armel Mandart heard desperate voices in their British cottage in Brec’h: “I will start a hunger strike. This will lead to legalization or death of my documents.” During the phone call, the young poet Mohamed Bangoura, published in the name of Falmarès by the retired couple, read the magistrate in Nantes (Loire-Atlantic) and announced that he was in OQTF (obliged to leave French territory) then rejected his application for a residence permit.
The Ministry of Immigration and Integration pointed out that Mohamed was the last student of the vocational bachelor’s degree and worked in rotation in the logistics service department of Semitan (a public transportation company in Nantes). “Provided a satisfactory educational and social report on his integration into French society”.
But the authorities suspect that the high school student had cheated on his age when he arrived in France in November 2017-he firmly denied it. His consular identity card issued by the Embassy of Guinea mentioned that he was born in Conakry on December 19, 2001. “Does not constitute evidence”.
As soon as the threat of expulsion was known, the young man’s friends and employer, but also elected officials from all sides, mobilized. Falmarès (Falmarès) was selected as the juror of the Ouest-France Etonnants Voyageurs Award. It was announced to the festival team on the weekend of Pentecost that he might not announce the results in San-Malo.Six hours later His story is published in West France.
Facing the sling, Loire-Atlantic County implemented a retreat, which took effect on April 26. Provide this young refugee with a six-month probation, In this way, the latter can initiate “Certify the identity and quality of the signatory of his civil identity certificate”.The therapist Hélène Dupré (known as the family of Falmarès) who lives in Mobyhan is condemned “absurd” Situation and views “Dehumanized administrative machine”, note: “Falmarès fully demonstrated his humanity, his love of language and country, and his incredible desire for integration.. »