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The director of Sciences Po Paris, Mathias Vicherat, in police custody for domestic violence

2023-12-04T13:45:45.254Z

Highlights: Mathias Vicherat succeeded Frédéric Mion in November 2021. Mion was forced to resign for concealing suspicions of incest against political scientist Olivier Duhamel. The director of Sciences Po plans to submit a written test to the competition. The case comes a little less than three years after the one that targeted the former president of the FNSP, OlivierDuhamel, who resigned from all his posts after the publication of excerpts from the book La Familia Grande in which Camille Kouchner evoked acts of incest.


Mathias Vicherat succeeded Frédéric Mion in November 2021, who was forced to resign for concealing suspicions of incest against political scientist Olivier Duhamel.


The director of Sciences Po plans to submit a written test to the competition, Mathias Vicherat, was placed in police custody on Monday (December 4th) in a Paris police station for domestic violence, AFP learned on Monday from a source close to the case. Mathias Vicherat had succeeded Frédéric Mion at the head of Sciences Po Paris in November 2021, who was forced to resign in February of that year for having concealed suspicions of incest against political scientist Olivier Duhamel.

The case comes a little less than three years after the one that targeted the former president of the FNSP, Olivier Duhamel. After the publication by Le Monde and L'Obs on January 4, 2021 of excerpts from the book La Familia Grande in which Olivier Duhamel's daughter-in-law, Camille Kouchner, evoked acts of incest towards her twin brother. The constitutional expert then resigned from all his posts.

Source: lefigaro

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