Eric Ciotti’s parliamentary office in Nice was stoned on the night of Saturday 18 March to Sunday 19 March ” the pressure “ And that he is voting Monday on a motion to censure pension reform, the Republican chief reported on Twitter.
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“Last night Duty was stoned. The thugs who did it want to push hard for my vote on Monday.”Vice Alpes Maritimes wrote supporting photos.
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We see one of the exhibits in cutting and engraving traffic or sidewalk. “I will never surrender to the new disciples of terror.”he adds.
Other parliamentarians were targeted
In favor of a hotly contested pension reform, Eric Ciotti has already indicated that his party will not vote ” no one “ Motions of censure made against the government, so no “Add chaos to chaos”. But a handful of MPs in his camp have already announced that they will at least vote for the biased proposal put forward by the independent Lyot group.
Opponents of pension reform are taking advantage of the weekend to vent their anger, following the activation of 49.3 by the prime minister on Thursday, and ahead of Monday’s debate in the Assembly on Lewette’s and the National Front’s proposals.
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Other pro-reform parliamentarians have also been targeted since Thursday. Posters were hung that day on the Perpetuity of the Val-de-Marne deputy Mathieu Lefèvre (Renaissance) and the painter of the senator of the Pas-de-Calais Amel Gacquerre (Union of the Center) on Friday.
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You vote against us, we will remember it.
Colmar prosecutor Catherine Suretta-Menard confirmed to AFP on Sunday that an investigation had been opened in the case “Intimidation of the elected official”after a regression from Haut-Rhin’s deputy, Brigitte Klinkert, former Minister Delegate for Integration in Colmar.
entries like You vote against us, we will remember it. It was affixed to it, according to what was reported by the newspaper “L’Alsace”.
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Renaissance Rep. Carl Olive testified that he came to the RMC studio on Sunday under police protection, after receiving threats. “Protesting is a right. Destruction is a crime.” And “I hope we have a strong hand.”He said about reprisals against elected officials.
So on Thursday evening, the patron of the Renaissance deputies, Auror Bergé, asked the Minister of the Interior, Gerald Darmanin “mobilization of state services” to “protect parliamentarians”.