Two professors admitted to having sprinkled Jean Michel Blanquer's with whipped cream while campaigning in Montargis for the legislative election on Saturday. They explained Monday that they didn't premeditated and denounced on Twitter a National Education "in free fall".
Jean-Michel Blanquer was in a market campaigning when whipped cream was placed in his face. He filed a complaint.
On their Twitter account "ProfsChantillyonneurs" which they created on Sunday, Christophe and Olivier, two teachers of technology and plastic arts in REP college, explain their gesture at length in a schoolboy video entitled "Blanquer mousse-Montargis-Chantilly gate".
Christophe said, "We were going on the market and it was strawberry season," but denied any premeditated desire or intent to attack candidate Blanquer.
[...]Violence is The lack of adults to help our children, educate and protect them.
Two men, aged 51 and 56, are accused of using violence against the former minister. They recount the violence that was experienced daily at the school.
"Violence" is the 12% of 6th-grade students who cannot read or comprehend a text. How many students leave the school system feeling humiliated, disregarded, and with no hope for the future? They ask.
Violence refers to physical assaults and insults that are repeated on a daily basis. It is the "lack of adults to help our children, educate them, protect them; there are no nurses, psychologists, or supervisors available in sufficient numbers. Violence is to make parents and children feel inferior by using untrained workers in 30 minutes. "They chant in chorus.
Index point "frozen over years", purchasing power at half-mast, "National Education in free fall but Mr. Blanquer is ready for the legislative elections in Montargis", criticize teachers who have denounced both the candidacy and record of the former minister in their constituency.
They also stated that they would like to document in a future video their conditions of arrest as well as the 8 hours of police custody.
Two fifty-somethings from Montargis will appear at Montargis court at 9 a.m. on July 4, for an appearance hearing to either admit or plead guilty. They will be required to answer for "violence at a meeting that hasn't resulted in total impairment for work", an offense which carries a three-year sentence.