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Aggression of a former PS official: MP El Guerrab sentenced to one year in prison and two years of ineligibility

2022-05-12T13:49:04.936Z

Judged for violently hitting a PS executive, Boris Faure, with a helmet, M'jid El Guerrab was sentenced this Thursday in Paris.



Ex-LREM deputy M'jid El Guerrab was sentenced this Thursday in Paris to three years in prison, one of which is firm, and two years of ineligibility for the assault with a helmet on former socialist leader Boris Faure in 2017 The sentence of one year in prison will be converted into home detention with an electronic bracelet, said the Paris court.

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For several months, the two men had been nurturing a dispute arising from the departure of the PS from M'jid El Guerrab, Boris Faure accusing him of having joined the movement of Emmanuel Macron by "opportunism".

According to his lawyers, Boris Faure had approached M'jid El Guerrab on Wednesday in a desire to appease him, in particular to "congratulate" him on his victory in the legislative elections in the 9th constituency of French people living abroad.

They transmitted to the press text messages addressed to M'jid El Guerrab on May 29 and 30, during the campaign, and remained unanswered, indicating according to them that Boris Faure wanted to "bury the hatchet".

Thirty days of ITT

That afternoon, rue Broca in Paris, an altercation broke out on the sidewalk between the two men.

They have had very bad relations since M'jid El Guerrab left the PS at the end of 2016 to join the Republic on the Move (LREM).

It was then that M'jid El Guerrab hit Boris Faure on the head several times, with a motorcycle helmet.

Boris Faure had to be operated on the skull and had benefited from 30 days of total incapacity for work.

Source: leparis

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