It is a severe setback for Jean-Luc Mélenchon. A week after the death of young Nael during a road check in Nanterre, the rebel leader comes under heavy fire of criticism. On the part of the government and the right, it is a bit of a habit, but also more problematic, on the part of its nobis allies, starting with Olivier Faure and Fabien Roussel. His repeated refusal to call for calm came into question when urban violence spread to several cities and the LR mayor’s house in L’Haÿ-les-Roses was attacked with a battering ram.
The day after Nahel’s death in Nanterre, the tripartite presidential candidate set the line. And as usual, he did so in a tweet that surprised everyone. Guard dogs command us to call for calm. We demand justice. » For insomniacs, it would be like this: no
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