After Emmanuel Macron in Pif Gadget and Olivier Dussopt in Têtu, the front page of Marlène Schiappa in Playboy did not pass. Elizabeth Bourne called the Secretary of State to tell her that her magazine interview was not the case “not appropriate at all” In the current context, while the left was outraged by this communication in the midst of a social crisis.
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The Minister of State for Social and Solidarity Economy, gave a lengthy interview on women’s rights in the issue of The Witch Magazine that will be published on Thursday, April 6, on her front page, wearing a long white dress.
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The Prime Minister informed him that this was not the case “It’s not appropriate at all, especially in the current period.”On Saturday, April 1, we learned from Elizabeth Bourne’s entourage, confirming information from BFMTV.
What is respect for the French people?
Many left-wing leaders have been touched by the government’s outreach in the midst of a social crisis, after this front page on Playboy and Emmanuel Macron’s Pif interview in which the president remarkably indicated his frustration when things didn’t go well. “not fast enough”. As for the Minister of Labor, Olivier Dussopp, who is on the front line of pension reform, he recently gave an interview to the Têtu newspaper, in which he revealed his homosexuality.
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“We are in the midst of a social crisis, there is a matter of maintaining order, there are people between life and death and I get the impression that there is a smokescreen, between Têtu and Pif Gadget and Playboy”BFMTV lamented deputy environmentalist Sandrine Russo.
“What is the respect of the French, people who will have to work for another two years, who pretend, who lose days of wages, who cannot eat because of inflation”she added. “Women’s bodies should be visible everywhere, I don’t have a problem with that, but there is a social theme here”.
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In France, women are free.
In a country where Chief Veef and Minister Chiappa speak in Playboy magazine, the problem will be the opposition. France derails »La France Insoumise leader Jean-Luc Mélenchon tweeted.
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Fabien Roussel, national secretary of the French Communist Party, told Ventilator: “It is not enough to subscribe to Pif to know the government’s intentions, you must also subscribe to Playboy…”
Defending women’s right to dispose of their bodies is everywhere and all the time.Marilyn Schiappa replied with a Tweet : “In France, women are free. With all due respect to renegades and hypocrites.”. The Prime Minister clearly does not subscribe to this view.