LIVE – Pensions: Mélenchon denounces a “tartufferie” after the violence against elected officials and in the demonstrations

LIVE – Pensions: Mélenchon denounces a “tartufferie” after the violence against elected officials and in the demonstrations

In addition to Éric Ciotti, several elected officials have been targeted by opponents of pension reform since Elisabeth Borne spoke on Thursday, AFP recalls. During the night of Thursday to Friday, demonstrators thus stuck stickers on the permanence of the deputy (Renaissance) of Val-de-Marne, Mathieu Lefèvre, in Le Perreux-sur-Marne “They pasted stickers, “Retirement at 60”, “Pension reform is no […]. We’re off for a good cleaning“Commented the chosen one to our colleagues from Parisian.

Similarly, on Friday evening, activists stuck post-its and tagged, in particular, “f..k 49.3» on the walls of the permanent office of Béthune of the senator (centrist Union) of Pas-de-Calais Amel Gacquerre. In a press release quoted by La voix du nord, the elected official underlines her “disagreement on methodof the opponents, speaking ofdangerous drifts» : «My door remains open to exchange, to debate whatever our points of view“, she concludes.

The office of the former minister and deputy of Haut-Rhin Brigitte Klinkert was also targeted by demonstrators, who notably wrote, according to the local press, “you vote against us, we will remember“. The public prosecutor of Colmar, Catherine Sorita-Minard, confirmed to AFP on Sunday the opening of an investigation for “bullying an elected official».

During the recent mobilizations, demonstrators also wanted to attack the offices of deputies in certain cities. In Niort, garbage cans were dumped in front of the premises of MP (Renaissance) Bastien Marchive. In Saint-Etienne, videos also show demonstrators who came to the office of deputy (Renaissance) Quentin Bataillon, banging on the windows of the place, shouting “Battalion, resignation». «Dialogue, like this morning with the CHT, yes. Violence, intimidation and threats, never“Wrote the chosen one on Twitter, Saturday evening.

Early in the morning, Sunday, the local of the deputy (Renaissance) Guillaume Gouffier, in Vincennes, was also degraded with black felt and red paint spray, according to our colleagues from Parisian. “I condemn this violence, which has no place in our Republic“, said the elected daily. Similarly, Renaissance MP Karl Olive testified that he came to the RMC studio on Sunday under police protection, after receiving threats. “Demonstrating is a right. Destroying is a crime» et «I wish we had a steady hand“, he said of the reprisals against elected officials.

As of Thursday evening, the patroness of the Renaissance deputies Aurore Bergé had asked the Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin to “mobilize state services” for the “protection of parliamentarians».


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