The night session at the National Assembly was interrupted Thursday evening after a serious illness of an official of the institution, resulting in the cessation of the day dedicated to PCF texts. The emergency services intervened around 11:00 p.m. in the very hemicycle of the Palais Bourbon where this person was, found AFP. The meeting, which was to end at midnight, therefore did not resume. This editor of the report service was evacuated 50 minutes after her illness and transported to a hospital.
The session, which was to end at midnight, only briefly resumed for a few words from the holder of the perch, Yaël Braun-Pivet, who spoke of a "drama" with this "heart attack" of the official. She explained that Julien Rancoule, deputy (RN) and volunteer firefighter, as well as Stéphanie Rist, elected Renaissance and doctor, had been able to "quickly resuscitate" the person, who was then taken care of by the firefighters of the Assembly and then the Samu, before its evacuation.
Yaël Braun-Pivet invited to have "a thought" for the official and her family, and underlined that "in these moments the National Assembly is strong of the members who compose it", elected and personal, who form "a great community ".
Before this incident, the session had been suspended after a bout of tension between the left and the majority. The debates focused on a bill to index the overall allocation for the operation of local authorities to inflation. The government, through the voice of Bruno Le Maire and Gabriel Attal, intervened for more than an hour, after the presentation of the text by its author, Jean-Marc Tellier.
The suspension followed as the left denounced "ministerial verbal diarrhea" to prevent the text from being voted on. It was then that those present noticed the discomfort of the official, who was sitting at a table under the gallery facing the benches of the deputies.