15 days after the second round of legislative elections, it was the deputy Eric Coquerel, who, despite being in the center of the political news this weekend after the seizure of La Insubordinate French's Committee against Sexist and Sexual Violence (LFI)
Sunday, Eric Coquerel's mine clearance operation: The LFI deputy signed a column for the "Sunday Journal", to address "unfounded rumors" about him. He writes that he has never used physical or psychological violence to obtain a report. This is what he calls the "gateway to criminal behavior within the field of gender-based or sexual violence". .
Just a few hours later Sophie Tessier, an ex-intermittent from the audiovisual sector and "yellow vest" figure, announced that she had taken control of the Committee against Sexist and Sexual Violence of La France Insoumise (CVSS) for facts dating back as far as 2014. After confiding in Mediapart at week's end, she returned to Grenoble for a closing night of a day filled with political conferences. Eric Coquerel would, according to her, have "the wandering hands all evening".
Mediapart was assured by her that it was not an attack and that she did not want to seize LFI cells because they were not serious enough. However, she finally took the CVSS on Sunday, denouncing the "aggression that must be condemned". She was interviewed by BFMTV and detailed:
She adds that she is the guest of the channel at night.
The channel asked the "rebellious deputy" from Seine-Saint-Denis about his dance with her. However, he denied that he had done so, and also denied any gestures of aggressive flirting. To conclude: "Even a cause as just as 'MeToo,' can be used for X purposes.
Two complaints were filed against Andre Santini (Hauts-de-Seine), the historic mayor of Issy-les-Moulineaux, for "sexual assault" as well as "sexual and moral harassment".
These two complaints against the elected official aged 81 years were filed before Nanterre's public prosecutor's Office on Friday. They are "currently under investigation", according to the public prosecutor's Office, which confirmed information from "Le Monde".
According to the evening newspaper, Andre Santini is being accused by his former chief of staff, and a former bailiff, of sexual assault and harassment, with particular dates of 2021 and 2022. It's an act of revenge against the mayor with whom there is a dispute. They are unhappy with their administrative situation, and they have filed a complaint. Me Marc Bellanger, the lawyer for the mayor, replied that he did not know the details of the charges.
Ex-Secretary of State for Public Service (2007-2009), and ex-MP (1988-1917), Andre Santini, UDI mayor of Issy–les-Moulineaux is a city with nearly 70,000 residents in south-west Paris. Since 1980. Since 1983, he has been vice-president for Greater Paris and the head of the Syndicat Des Eaux d’Ile-de France.
After the consultations ended, the fire alarm went off: Emmanuel Macron & Elisabeth Borne reshuffled Monday's government. The tightrope walker exercise will need to account for the new balances within the Assembly. On Wednesday, the Prime Minister will present her project, already under severe pressure.
After legislative elections that saw him lose his absolute majority at the Assembly, he was becalmed for two more weeks. The executive must get back on the right track. Elisabeth Borne, the President of The Republic, left Friday afternoon to discuss the situation with him and the leaders of the political parties. According to a source close, the meeting was primarily intended to establish the mode of operation for the following few days. These will be devoted, according to a source, to the composition and the roadmap requested by Emmanuel Macron.
The reshuffle occurred before Elisabeth Borne’s general policy statement to Parliament on Tuesday... and the equation seems complicated. The Prime Minister is yet to decide whether she will cast a confidence vote on her general policy declaration. This was requested by the opposition, but could be rejected without an absolute majority. If confidence is not requested by the opposition, Nupes will file a motion for censure "in concert", assured Manuel Bompard, deputy LFI.
A government heavyweight spoke out to AFP Friday to stress the importance of having "competent" ministers with "mastery over Parliament", where compromises can be made. First puzzle, parity. Elisabeth Borne must replace the ministers who lost their confidence in Emmanuel Macron. In this case, three women were beaten: Amelie De Montchalin at Ecological Transformation, Brigitte Bourguignon, Health, and Justine Benin at Sea. The Minister for Overseas Yael Brau-Pivet was elected to the presidency the National Assembly.
There is also the question of Damien Abad being kept at the Ministry of Solidarity. Meanwhile, the Paris prosecutor has opened an investigation into attempted sexual assault after a complaint by a woman against him for acts he allegedly committed at a party. 2010 In 2010.
Emmanuel Macron, Elisabeth Borne, and others will have to manage the political mix. They will serve MoDem partners and Horizons partners and open up to new profiles. New Secretaries of State (Housing, Transport etc.) are also expected. ).
The government is trying to maneuver in this chaos before the Assembly reviews the long-awaited bill regarding purchasing power starting July 18. Elisabeth Borne went to Pontoise (Val-d'Oise), where she declared on Friday that the 41 measures from the "flash missions" on emergency to unclog hospitals were being retained. Olivia Gregoire promised "emergency foods aid", while Stanislas Guerini, Civil Service Minister, announced a 3.5% rise in salaries for public officials.
The possible maneuverability in Parliament will be determined by the reshuffle and roadmap. There is already heated debate about measures to curb the rise in fuel costs. France has reached its alert level on public finances, warned Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire. He seems to be excluding a tax on profits of companies that profit from inflation, as demanded in particular the PCF/LFI.