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On the night of March 18 to 19, Eric Ciotti's office in Nice was vandalized.
The deputy of the 1st district of the Alpes-Maritimes, who has his premises on the quai des Deux Emmanuel, in the port district, found his windows broken in several places on Sunday morning and a tag "the motion or the pavement
The elected official had decided to file a complaint.
Ten days later, one of the authors at the origin of these facts was arrested, indicates the parquet floor of Nice to
, confirming information from
It would be a man
“with an extreme left profile”
, adds another source close to the file.
The latter was taken into custody at the Auvare barracks.
He must be presented to the prosecution Thursday morning.
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The Maralpin parliamentarian and president of the Republicans had reacted in the wake of these actions and after noting the damage.
“The thugs who did this want to use violence to put pressure on my vote on Monday
(of the motion of censure, finally rejected, editor’s note)
I will never give in to the new disciples of Terror
,” he wrote on Twitter.
In the afternoon, demonstrators against the pension reform had nevertheless gathered in front of this same permanence when they were supposed to stay in the nearby square.
Wooden planks covered the entrances and security forces prevented a possible overflow.
In a recent interview with Le
, Éric Ciotti returned to the violence emanating from the demonstrations.
"When I see that some want to erect a guillotine in front of the Assembly, that elected officials are threatened with death, that offices are ransacked, I say that the perpetrators of these acts must be hunted down relentlessly," he said