Réforme des retraites: plusieurs permanences de députés, dont celle d’Eric Ciotti, prises pour cible

As early as Thursday evening, the boss of Renaissance deputies, Aurore Bergé, had asked the Minister of the Interior to “mobilize state services” for “protection of parliamentarians”.

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Several permanence of elected officials were targeted during the weekend, after the outbreak of article 49.3 on the pension reform and on the eve of the examination of censorship motions filed by the oppositions.

In Nice, the permanence of the deputy of the Alpes-Maritimes and president of the Les Républicains group (LR) in the Assembly, Eric Ciotti, was stamped to push him to vote the motion of censorship, denounced the deputy for the Alps -Maritimes on Twitter, supporting photos.

“This night my permanence was staggered. The nervous nervies that did this want to put pressure on my vote on Monday,” wrote the Alpes-Maritimes deputy on Twitter, supporting photos. We see one of the windows in pieces and the inscription “the motion or the pavement”. He filed a complaint and an investigation was opened, the prefecture told the France-Presse agency (AFP).

m. Ciotti received the support of his camp, but also of elected Renaissance or the left as the socialist Jérôme Guedj. But for the leader of rebellious France (LFI), Jean-Luc Mélenchon, “Mr. Ciotti is very poorly placed to complain”, because he had not condemned in the past degradations of LFI permanence.

“Obviously, none of us can approve the attack on a parliamentary permanence. But if you do not want violence, accept democracy,” added Mr. Mélenchon during the program “Grand Jury RTL, Le Figaro-LCI “. The president of the LR says, “I will never give in to the new disciples of terror”. In a press release, he accused the “rebellious”, which “legitimly by their speeches and their acts, this unacceptable violence”.