It is a charter that the couple had already signed. The marriage statute in Nice, which comes into force in June 2012, obliges future spouses to respect the peace, tranquility and solemnity of the moment. But the couple that would marry Saturday, has clearly not fulfilled its obligations, France 3 Provence Alpes Côtes d & # 39; Azur reports.
A ceremony postponed until Monday. The municipal council responsible for parking and traffic, Gaël Nofri, was informed that overflows had taken place during the course of the procession. On Twitter, the Mayor of Nice, Christian Estrosi, then announced that he would postpone the wedding the next working day, Monday, September 3.
After several offenses: dangerous driving, roadblocks, insults and insults for agents … I meant the married couple the refusal to celebrate the planned marriage and the postponement until Monday in application of the marriage charter of the @villedenicesigned by each pair. pic.twitter.com/JIZCDEmegW
– Christian Estrosi (@cestrosi) September 1, 2018
The debate on surveillance cameras & # 39; s revived. A much-discussed decision about social networks, some welcome the initiative of the elected.
Why do you say that? Nobody knows from which community this marriage results (except those involved), personally I am not happy because it punishes future spouses. But it is also up to the future couple to send the message to their guests and to …– Xavier (@ Region_2N) September 2, 2018
Others, including the Commission on Human Rights, point to the use of surveillance cameras in the city.
Benalla-Estrosi same fight, CCTV = open bar here, a wedding, tomorrow, discreet, an opponent, a journalist who is not satisfied, etc.– LDH NICE (@liguenice) September 1, 2018
Does Mr Estrosi have permission from his prefecture to keep CCTV footage?
What does the faculty committee think? https://t.co/M9M46t4s6l
Five marriages have been reported in Nice since 2012
Since 2012, a total of five marriages, including these, have been postponed for similar events, for 1,300 to 1,500 marriages celebrated each year in Nice. When this decree was announced at the end of May 2012, the municipal opposition in Nice called the measure electoral and discriminatory. This decree warns that & # 39; obstacles to traffic & # 39; in the perimeter of the town hall. It also prohibits "shouting, running, pushing, playing an instrument or broadcasting music" in the vicinity of the wedding halls, and prohibits, among other things, "deploying flags, including foreigners."