French MPs (LFI) voted on Tuesday 11 April to reinstate their colleague Adrien Koatenens in their parliamentary group suspended for four months after being found guilty of violence against his former comrade, according to information from BFMTV. by “Parisian”. 45 voted for his return, 15 against him, two abstentions, and 10 were absent, according to the news channel.
The Lille Criminal Court sentenced Adrian Koatenens in December to a four-month suspended prison sentence. He returned to the National Assembly in mid-January, as non-attached, because he was removed from the LFI group of deputies until April 13. Nupes Alliance Partners believed he should be permanently excluded from LFI.
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Adrian Kwattinens was interviewed by a joint group of four, prior to the MPs’ vote during the parliamentary group meeting.
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Among the conditions imposed on Adrien Quatennens to return to the group was, in particular, participation in an internship on violence against women. Many insurgent MEPs demanded b “revision clause” On the decision to suspend him from work for four months, after a television interview with Adrian Kwatenens last December, in which he detailed the slap in the face to his wife and appeared, according to one of the deputies, “Reversal of the abused/abuser relationship”.
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