smallon social networks, Jean-Luc Melenchon Shocked part of the political class last weekend by condemning ‘one policeman’ [qui] kill”. While talking about safety in Tarn on Thursday, Emmanuel Macron In turn reacted to the controversy, ensuring he could not “accept” “we insult” the gendarmerie and police. “There is something, where I am, that I cannot accept, and that is that we insult those who risk their lives to protect us,” the head of state said.
Government members also react to the controversy sparked by leader pull France Rebellion, starting with Elizabeth Byrne who denounced “shameless” remarks. “I am very shocked by the way Jean-Luc Mélenchon has systematically attacked the police with completely outrageous remarks,” Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne said. french blue Tuesday. “The police carried out a difficult task in the service of the French. “A few hours later, the justice minister judged that Jean-Luc Melenchon had ‘slipped’ on BFMTV. “Jean-Luc Mélenchon certainly went too far. He slipped and it was a controlled slip,” said the Seal Keeper on BFMTV. “Justice is not Le Pen or Mélenchon. Let justice work. »
“Extremely serious defamation”
Responses appear quickly on the right, especially Christian Estrosi Who gets carried away on BFMTV. “We will not have a trial this morning, justice is done in court, with the presumption of innocence,” he declared, in turn condemning Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s actions. “We have to keep Jean-Luc Melenchon out of danger. To attack the police is to hurt the republic. The far-right opponent of LFI presidential candidate Marine Le Pen denounces the smear. “I think he is completely out of touch with Republican values, she added. The truth is that he has made an extremely serious slander against the police. Jean-Luc Mélenchon was always on the side of thugs and criminals, he was never on the side of the police. »