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This day when the National Assembly was set ablaze


THESE DAYS THAT MARKED THE POLITICAL YEAR - On November 24, the majority resorted to obstruction to prevent the vote on an LFI text. Bronca assured in the Hemicycle.

Unprecedented presidential campaign, bitter electoral defeats, overheated National Assembly, consequences of the war in Ukraine…

Le Figaro

immerses itself in the atmosphere of these days which changed the course of the political year 2022.

A boiling cauldron.

It is 11:30 p.m. this Thursday, November 24 at the Assembly.

The deputies are bubbling.

Insults come from all sides.

"You're going to shut up!"

, launches the deputy Liot Olivier Serva to Sylvain Maillard, who leads the Renaissance troops that evening.

Despite the successive session interruptions, the spirits do not calm down.

They even warm up even more.

Behind the scenes, the tension is latent.

On several occasions, parliamentarians are close to coming to blows.

The bailiffs intervene physically so that it does not degenerate.

A “deleterious”


, words from several elected officials present.

“Unheard of in fifteen years of Hemicycle”

, even dares an experienced deputy.

The scene takes place during the parliamentary niche…

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Source: lefigaro

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