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Paris: when Sciences-po ignites for the Duhamel affair


The student collective GARCES (Action and Reflection Group Against the Sexist Environment) calls for the resignation of Frédéric Mion "who

The students do not let go.

This Monday noon, the GARCES (Action and Reflection Group Against the Sexist Environment) of Sciences-po gathered under the windows of the institution in rue Saint-Guillaume (VIIe), in the heart of Saint-Germain -of-near.

"Mion Resignation", "Confront your rapist friends" "," We want ethics "... Such were the messages of the fifty students on their signs, all in an atmosphere of smoke.

Feminists demonstrate under the windows of Sciences-po.

DR / Bachir Boulegriblet  

Like every Monday, for a month since the Duhamel affair broke out, after the publication of Camille Kouchner's book, La Familia Grande, students have been camping under the windows of Sciences-po.

“Our speech has not changed.

We want the resignation of Frédéric Mion, insists Ambre, a first-year master's student at the IEP in Paris and a member of GARCES.

Our manager knew everything.

He failed in his duties.

He lied to the students.


For Sciences-po no resignation

And above all "he has killed the accusations of incest", targeting Olivier Duhamel, then honorary professor at the IEP in Paris and, president of the National Foundation for Political Science.

Contacted this Monday, Sciences-po recalls that, following the case, “a mission of the general inspectorate is underway.

It aims to establish the chronology of the facts, the responsibility of each one and the possible flaws in the organization of governance ”.

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On the other hand, concerning a resignation of Frédéric Myon, "no, the question does not currently arise".

Alice Coffin and Raphaëlle Remy Leleu, elected feminist Parisians came to support the students.

DR / Bachir Boulegriblet  

Not enough to calm the GUYS.

“We plan to come back next Monday,” says Ambre.

Students from the Sorbonne support us, student unions.

This Monday, elected feminists of the mayor of Paris, like Alice Coffin and Raphaëlle Remy Leleu were there.

We're not going to let go.


Source: leparis

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