Aurore Bergé is not "not sure" that Adrien Quatennens "welcome" in the hemicycle

The president of the Renaissance group in the National Assembly does not “believe that the place” of the deputy La France insoumise “is in the hemicycle”. She also takes a stern look at the support of Jean-Luc Mélenchon.

Renaissance rushes into the Adrien Quatennens affair, who admitted last Sunday having slapped his wife, before withdrawing from his function as coordinator of rebellious France.

“I do not believe that his place is in the hemicycle. I am not sure that he is welcome in view of the facts with which he is accused”, launched Aurore Bergé at the microphone of BFMTV this Tuesday afternoon.

“I prefer to talk about the victims”

Danièle Obono, rebellious MP, announced the “withdrawal” of Adrien Quatennens “from parliamentary work”, while specifying that he is “not banned from the hemicycle”, this Tuesday evening on our antenna.

Aurore Bergé also returned to a tweet from Jean-Luc Mélenchon. At first, the leader of the Insoumis, denounced “police malice, media voyeurism, social networks”. On the other hand, he praised the “dignity” and the “courage” of the deputy Quatennens, repeating to him his “trust” and his “affection”, arousing strong criticism, including internally, before clarifying his remarks in a second tweet.

“I prefer to talk about the victims rather than those who attacked them. We have heard more about the bravery of Mr. Quatennens who confessed to having been violent”, further advanced the patroness of the Renaissance deputies.

Borne denounces “the trivialization of intra-family violence”

Figure of the young guard of La France insoumise (LFI), the deputy Adrien Quatennens, is under the blow ofan investigation by the Lille prosecutor’s office for “violence on a spouse”since filing a handrail from his wife.

Prime Minister Élisabeth Borne for her part considered it “extremely shocking to have someone who trivializes intra-family violence”.

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