The communication battle between the left and the government continues.
Two days after the demonstration in Sainte-Soline against the mega-basins, which degenerated into violent clashes, the elected representatives of the left denounced the doctrine of maintaining order.
The government, for its part, points the finger at the presence of deputies, in particular rebellious and environmentalists, at a demonstration which is nevertheless prohibited.
We have to stop with the fables
”, thus declared from the outset the Minister for the Ecological Transition, Christophe Béchu, guest on France Inter Monday morning.
For the member of the government, the "
" is that of telling that "
people had planned to go for a little bucolic stroll to go and watch a construction site
", as Jean-Luc Mélenchon mentioned when recounting "
a walk in the fields
Christophe Béchu conversely mentioned the seizure of
" of certain demonstrators before and during the demonstration, evoking "
" or even "
In this context, the government spokesman, Olivier Véran, judged on BFMTV / RMC “
” that elected officials “
in particular and essentially from the far left, wearing the scarf
”, are present.
All the more “
when you have a demonstration which is prohibited because they are told that there will be violent people who have nothing to do with ecology
Jean-Luc Mélenchon is rebellious in the face of police violence, but he is submissive in the face of all other forms of violence
", scolded the minister.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon and his friends
" of being "
the rentiers of anger, the rentiers of the misery of the little people
" and "
the shareholders of these forms of violence
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At the microphone of Europe 1, Marc Fesneau spoke of "
" who are "
", accompanied by parliamentarians.
When I see parliamentarians walking in the middle of the fields, I remind them that they are on private property and that they are destroying the property of others
," said the Minister of Agriculture.
Reproaching these elected officials for having no “
respect for rural territories
” and “
people who work on these fields
If we go to Mr. Mélenchon's garden to tell him that we are going to pick his flowers and trample his garden, I think he won't like it.