Schiappa in one of Playboy: “Not at all appropriate” in the current context, deplores Élisabeth Borne

Schiappa in one of Playboy: “Not at all appropriate” in the current context, deplores Élisabeth Borne

The Prime Minister did not like it. Élisabeth Borne called Marlène Schiappa to tell her that her interview and her photo shoot in one of Playboy, as revealed by Le Parisien, were not to her liking, especially in a context of social revolt. The Secretary of State for the Social and Solidarity Economy gave a long interview on women’s rights in the issue of the charming magazine to be published on Thursday, posing on the front page, dressed in a long white dress.

The Prime Minister informed him that it was “not at all appropriate, all the more so in the current period”, we learned on Saturday from the entourage of Élisabeth Borne, confirming information from BFMTV . Several left-wing leaders were moved by government communication in the midst of a social crisis, after this Playboy front page and Emmanuel Macron’s interview in Pif.

As for the Minister of Labor Olivier Dussopt, in the front line on the pension reform, he recently granted an interview to the newspaper Têtu, in which he reveals his homosexuality.

Schiappa defends himself against criticism from the left

“We are in the middle of a social crisis, there is a subject on the maintenance of order, there are people between life and death and I have the impression of a smokescreen, between Têtu , Pif Gadget and Playboy ”, lamented on BFMTV the ecologist deputy Sandrine Rousseau. “What is the respect of the French people, of the people who are going to have to work two more years, who demonstrate, who lose days of wages, who cannot eat because of inflation”, she said. added. “Women’s bodies must be able to be exposed everywhere, I have no problem with that, but there is a social subject there”.

“In a country where the President speaks in Pif and his minister Schiappa in Playboy, the problem would be the opposition. France is derailing,” tweeted the leader of La France insoumise, Jean-Luc Mélenchon. And Fabien Roussel, national secretary of the PCF, to ironize: “It is not enough to subscribe to Pif to know the intentions of the government, it is also necessary to subscribe to Playboy…”

“Defending the right of women to dispose of their bodies is everywhere and all the time,” replied Marlène Schiappa in a tweet: “In France, women are free. With all due respect to the backsliders and the hypocrites”.


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