Adrien Quatennens: according to Manon Aubry, the rebellious were "in a state of bewilderment" in the face of revelations

The rebellious MEP explains that the members of the party were in “astoundment” when they learned that Adrien Quatennens was targeted by a handrail for acts of domestic violence against his wife.

“We were all in a state of amazement”. guest of France Info this Monday, Manon Aubry assured that the members of La France insoumise (LFI) “did not have the slightest information” concerning the domestic violence committed by Adrien Quatennens.

At least before the Chained Duck reveals last Tuesday that his wife, Céline Quatennens, had filed a handrail to this effect. On Sunday, the rebellious deputy from the North notably acknowledged in a press release that he “gave him a slap”, specifying that it was a “fact dated a year ago”.

While Adrien Quatennens also announced his “withdrawal from [sa] function of coordinator of insubordinate France”, Manon Aubry considered that it was a “necessary and inevitable decision”. And the MEP clarified in this regard:

“It is clear that the consistency in our commitment against gender-based and sexual violence left no room for its continuation at the head of a movement on the one hand, and on the other hand, for its public speaking.”

“These are not my words”

A way for Manon Aubry to congratulate the action of her political formation which, according to her, “demonstrated that she reacted and that she left no room for doubt”.

The head of the list of rebels in the last European elections has nevertheless distanced itself from the statements of Jean-Luc Mélenchon.

On Sunday, the leader of LFI hailed the “courage” and “dignity” of Adrien Quatennens after the publication of his press release. “These are not my words,” replied Manon Aubry. After sparking a controversy, Jean-Luc Mélenchon clarified in a second tweet that a “slap is unacceptable in any case”.

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