Army and 50,000 police drafted in to guard voters fearing terror during French election

Saturday, April 22, 2017
By Paul Martin

THOUSANDS of armed military officers will be deployed across France as the country goes to the polls for the presidential election tomorrow.

Sat, Apr 22, 2017

And anti-terror brigades set up after the 2015 attacks in Paris will be at every polling station as the public turns out en masse in the most controversial election in recent history.

French Interior Minister Matthias Fekl has also revealed that 50,000 police officers will be on patrol over fears extremists may plan a terror attack.

More than 230 people have been murdered and hundreds more injured in a variety of attacks over the past two years which prompted the country to declare a state of emergency.

Now a specialist military group made of of 10,000 soldiers known as Operation Sentinelle which was set up after the Paris Charlie Hebdo attacks of 2015 will join police to protect the public.

The Government has not declared any specific threat but it is believed to be in response to the Champs Elysee shooting this week.

They also referenced the recent Westminster and Stockholm terror attacks as evidence of the extremist threat.

A multi-million pound operation is set to get underway across the 67,000 polling stations in a bid to protect the public.

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