Édouard Philippe must receive this Wednesday at 17H00 the prefect of Loire-Atlantique, the director general of the national gendarmerie and several ministers, including Gérard Collomb, to "make a point on the process of return to the rule of law "to Notre-Dame-des-Landes, said Matignon.
The meeting comes two weeks after the start of operations on the site of 1,650 hectares, which mobilize 2,500 mobile gendarmes and led in the first days to the destruction of 29 squats out of 97 habitats identified by the authorities.
Nicolas Hulot, Minister for Ecological Transition, Stéphane Travert, Minister of Agriculture, Christophe Castaner, Secretary of State for Relations with Parliament, Sébastien Lecornu, Secretary of State to Mr. Hulot, must participate at the meeting, along with the Minister of the Interior, Préfet Nicole Klein and Richard Lizurey, Director General of the National Gendarmerie
This is "to take stock of the installation projects submitted and the continuation of the process of return to the rule of law in Notre-Dame-des-Landes, "said Matignon.
On Tuesday, the State formalized the regularization of four" historic "farmers, through the signature of precarious leases, "new advance towards the return to the rule of law", estimated the prefect of Loire-Atlantique.
The meeting must notably address the follow-up to be given to the operations of expulsions of the zadistes not wishing to regularize .  "I will be asked how I see things, but it is the government that will decide," said the representative of the State Tuesday, recalling the "commitment" made to "put an end to illegal occupation".
"The line, it is constant, those who have an agricultural project, who respected the Republican state, who have integrated into the framework that the state has proposed (…), those have their instead, the others have no place and they will be evacuated, "said Tuesday morning the spokesman of the government, Benjamin Griveaux.
With the signing of Precarious Occupation Agreements (COPs) for the four "historic" farmers running until the end of 2018 and covering an area of about 300 hectares, more than 900 hectares of land are now under of an exploitation in a legal framework, 600 others already being the object of a COP with peasants not living in the ZAD.
Remain 270 hectares of parcels to be allocated. It is within this perimeter that the Zadists have submitted projects.
The police "will stay on the spot the necessary time," said the prefect, to prevent any reconstruction of destroyed homes and ensure traffic on roads through the area, still not reopened.