On the night of Saturday 20 to Sunday 21 May, the parliamentary office of centrist deputy Charles de Courson was vandalized. According to an employee of the elected official of the Marne, an inscription "LFI" was drawn in black paint on the steel shutter of the permanence located in Vitry-le-François. In addition, a plaque that was on the facade of the building was damaged.
The deputy's aide did not wish to give more details on this case or indicate whether a complaint was planned.
Member of the Liot group (Liberté, Indépendance, Outre-mer, Territoires), at the origin of a cross-partisan motion of censure which shook the government at the end of March, Charles de Courson did not give up in the face of the pension reform and will defend on June 8 before the National Assembly with his group a bill of repeal.