Until the eve of the decision of the Court of Justice of the Republic, Éric Dupond-Moretti decided to electrify the National Assembly. On Tuesday, during questions to the government, he provoked the anger of the National Rally (RN) deputies, who left the Chamber. "You prefer in reality to oppose rural and quiet, Catholic and white France to the France of the cities, the France of Mohamed, Mouloud and Rachid," replied the Minister of Justice to the lepenist Michèle Martinez, who accused him of letting "barbarism be unleashed in our country" following the tragedy of Crépol (Drôme). Before Marine Le Pen denounced a "filthy response" and promised to file a complaint, Élisabeth Borne watched the scene with a smile. Fun.
His justice minister, however, is holding his breath. His fate is due to be decided this Wednesday, at 15 p.m., by the decision in his trial for "illegal acquisition of interests". Emmanuel Macron and Élisabeth Borne will then find out if they...
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