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Quatennens case: Aurore Bergé wants to create a penalty of ineligibility for elected officials guilty of domestic violence


After the return of Adrien Quatennens to the National Assembly, the boss of the Renaissance group announced that she was filing a bill to make people convicted of acts of domestic violence ineligible.

A remarkable presence.

After the return on the sly of Adrien Quatennens to the National Assembly, this Wednesday, the reactions are numerous in the spans of the Palais Bourbon.

Sentenced for domestic violence on his future ex-wife after having notably confessed to a slap against her, the Insoumis deputy made the decision to return to the Foreign Affairs Committee, despite his exclusion from the LFI group for a period of four month.

Read alsoAfter five months of withdrawal, Adrien Quatennens returns on the sly to the National Assembly

“This return cannot be ignored”

The president of the Renaissance group, Aurore Bergé, reacted strongly to this return.

Accompanied by the Renaissance president of the law commission, Sacha Houlié, the deputy for Yvelines announced that she was going to table a bill (PPL) to make people convicted of acts of domestic violence ineligible.

It is obvious that this return cannot be ignored, that there is nothing natural about it, nothing trivial about it.

This is why we are filing a PPL today which complements the system we adopted in 2017 to create an additional penalty of ineligibility for those who have been convicted of acts of domestic or intra

-family violence, "she explained. in front of the press.

A “political” response

A device that would concern those who have been convicted "

even when the acts of violence would not have resulted in ITT (total incapacity for work, editor's note)

", specified Aurore Bergé, who considers "

that we can no longer remain with dignity a parliamentarian and represent all French people when one has been condemned by acts of violence


A " political

" response

to the return of the Insoumis.

This bill will be debated during the next parliamentary niche of the Renaissance group, “

namely at the beginning of March

”, announced Aurore Bergé.

We hope that it will be able to collect unanimous votes minus one vote, probably from our Assembly

”, concluded the president of the Renaissance group.

Source: lefigaro

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