Tackling domestic violence in France: How to make the legal process more efficient?
As the French government announces new measures to fight domestic violence, we take a closer look at how victims are treated by the judicial system. Around 100 women have been killed in France so far this year by their husband or partner. France's justice minister recently acknowledged that the system is too slow and inefficient at handling cases of domestic and gender violence. So how can the legal process be improved? Our France 2 colleagues Sophie Brunn and Guillaume Beaufils investigate, with FRANCE 24's Catherine Viette.