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Interviews with Adrien Quatennens after his conviction were criticized by LFI deputies

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“Not in our name” : Rebel parliamentarians Manon Aubry, Sarah Legrain and Alma Dufour on Friday, December 16 criticized the interview given by their colleague Adrian Koatenins, convicted of domestic violence, in which he announced his return to the National Assembly in January.

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“Like many, I am deeply concerned about the interviews with Adrien Quatennens. After being convicted of domestic violence, we are not shown on television to diminish or ‘contextualise’ by revealing the victim’s past”tweeted Manon Aubry, MEP and co-chair of the Left Group in the European Parliament.

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“It goes against our feminist fight.”confirmed.

“Not in my name, not in ours”

Alma Dufour, MP for Seine-Maritime, agreed: “The decision made within the group is to isolate our colleague for a fixed period. I would like to point out that his interview on BFM cannot be conducted on our behalf. I support my colleagues who have abandoned them..

From the outset, I defended the collective positions of the rebellious parliamentary bloc.Confirmed, also on Twitter, was Sarah Legrain, MP of Paris and member of the unit against sexual and sexual violence at LFI. “I just have to respond to Adrian Kwattinens’ personal communications: Not in my name, not in ours.”she added.

Manon Aubry, Sarah Legrain and Alma Dufour referred to an interview given Wednesday on BFMTV by Adrian Kwattinens, who announced his return to the association as an unregistered member as of January and has kept “Don’t be a violent man”.

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The LFI Group had decided the previous day to exclude him from its ranks for four months after he was sentenced to a suspended 4-month prison term on charges of “Hanf” on his wife.

If the other Nupes partners, socialists, communists and environmentalists criticized Adrien Quatennens’ simple comment within the LFI group, a rebel deputy, Pascale Martin, spoke out to denounce “political mistake”.

He should have been excluded from the group.she said on BFMTV on Wednesday.

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