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Royal tackles Roselyne Bachelot's "carbon footprint" for her trip to Nantes

2020-07-19T13:55:47.508Z

The Minister of Culture took the airway to get to the burnt down Nantes cathedral on Saturday. Former Minister of Education



Ségolène Royal, who invited the government to make her "a proposal" on the eve of the reshuffle, today shoots him an arrow. In a message posted on Twitter, the former socialist candidate for the 2007 presidential election curls Roselyne Bachelot, for having taken the airway to travel.

The new Minister of Culture went to the bedside of the cathedral of Nantes, victim of a fire on Saturday. The former Minister of Ecology criticizes Roselyne Bachelot for her "carbon footprint" and the fact that she is not wearing a mask, a barrier gesture against the spread of the coronavirus epidemic. “For Nantes, there is the TGV. Do what I say but not what I do, “thunders the ex-Poles ambassador.

Hello carbon footprint! And the mask in transport ... For Nantes, there is the TGV ... Do what I say but not what I do #gouvernement # cinema https://t.co/ziLrpI4kY1

- Ségolène Royal (@RoyalSegolene) July 18, 2020

This image, shared by the communications director of Public Health France, but not taken up on Roselyne Bachelot's account, also caused reaction on social networks. Like this surfer who mentions the will reaffirmed by Emmanuel Macron during his speech of July 14 to remove certain plane journeys in mainland France, where fast train connections exist.

"Wherever we have deployed the TGV in our country and where such and such a city is two hours from Paris, 2:15, are the internal [airline] lines which are one hour, 1:10, still justified? No, ”he said.

I thought you had to take the train if the journey was less than 2h30 from Paris. Ecology is for others! #DoneThatThatDisNotThatThatI do

- marielaurev (@marielaurevs) July 18, 2020

Politics is done first by example

Originally expected in Lille, for one of her first trips as Minister of Culture, Roselyne Bachelot will barely have had time to set foot at Lille Flandres station, according to La Voix du Nord. She would have left by train for the capital, before flying off urgently to the city of Nantes, where the cathedral was in the grip of flames. Prime Minister Jean Castex and Minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin also changed their program to be there.

And why did no one wear the mask at the Matignon meeting? It is, however, an enclosed space. Politics is done first by example. Imposing on yourself the wearing of a mask which is finally asked of everyone and which should have been after the end of confinement #stopcovid https://t.co/YL1iQnxvci

- Ségolène Royal (@RoyalSegolene) July 17, 2020

This is not the first time that Ségolène Royal has tackled the new government on social networks. On July 17, she also criticized the failure to wear a mask during the meeting in Matignon between Prime Minister Jean Castex and the social partners. “It is, however, a closed space. Politics is done first by example. Imposing on yourself the wearing of a mask which is finally asked of everyone and which should have been after the end of confinement, "she denounced on Twitter.

Source: leparis

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