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Vaucluse: an RN deputy receives a reprimand after the inauguration of a mosque


Joris Hébrard took part, on Friday March 17, in the inauguration of a cultural and religious center dedicated to the Turkish community in the commune of Pontet, near Avignon.

RN deputy from Vaucluse Joris Hébrard received a reprimand from his party.

In question, his participation in the inauguration of a cultural and religious center dedicated to the Turkish community in the town of Pontet, near Avignon, reports

La Provence


The reaction of the RN office will not have been long because on March 22 again, there was no sanction planned.

The inauguration, which took place on Friday March 17, sparked controversy in the department.

Éric Zemmour's party, Reconquête, notably asked that the deputy be expelled from his party.

A few days later, the former member of the RN, now a member of Reconquête!, said she was "

extremely disappointed and scandalized

" in a tweet.

According to the National Rally, the inaugurated mosque is "

openly linked to Turkish power and networks of influence


The party reminded Joris Hébrard that its line is "

the intransigent fight against any form of communitarianism as well as the rejection of foreign influences, in particular Erdogan's Islamist Turkey, on French national soil

", details the regional daily.

Read alsoThe inauguration of a mosque by an RN deputy provokes anger at the National Rally

Contacted by France Inter, the elected official indicated "

that the Turkish community is very established

" in the town.

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2023-03-25

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