PARIS (AP)– A French far-left leader got a faceful of flour at the start of a Paris march Saturday against “the concepts of the far right,” days after the French president was slapped while welcoming a crowd.
Unions, associations and leftist political parties in France have called for presentations around France, a week before regional elections and ahead of next year’s governmental voting that is widely anticipated to put far-right candidate Marine Le Pen in the final round.
Legislator Jean-Luc Melenchon, head of the far-left France Unbowed party, was taking part in the event in Paris when he got hit with a sack of flour. Melenchon has actually been at the centre of current debate for declarations against Le Pen’s National Rally.
PARIS– @JLMelenchon enfariné à la #MarcheDesLibertes pic.twitter.com/XpBEwmIYr4– Clément Lanot (@ClementLanot) June 12, 2021 Jordan Bardella, No. 2 in the National Rally, was quick to denounce”any physical attack on elected authorities.”He kept in mind increasing tension on the political landscape. BFMTV, who spoke to the flour-thrower, said the young man declared he was”against the political class”in basic and was not a reactionary advocate. A French court on Thursday sentenced a 28-year-old male to 4 months in prison for slapping President Emmanuel Macron in the face 2 days earlier.
Damien Tarel was also prohibited from ever holding public workplace in France and from owning weapons for 5 years over the swipe Tuesday, which caught Macron’s left cheek with an audible thwack https://t.co/raeXi0dSIa– Breitbart London(@BreitbartLondon)June 10, 2021 On Friday, a National Rally candidate in the June 12 regional elections,
Enzo Alias, and another activist were violently assaulted in the southern town of Arles as they pasted up sposters. A video published by Alias reveals a guy tossing a liquid, obviously oil, at them, then pursuing them with a stick. The activist suffered a broken leg, Alias said. The left has lost its political voice in the middle of divisions given that Macron won the presidency in 2017 versus incumbent Socialist Francois Hollande. Politicians
were not marching in combined ranks on Saturday. Farage States’ Impact of Brexit Is Simply Beginning’ as Barnier Backs Migration Ban in France https://t.co/CStVxS3G66– Breitbart London (@BreitbartLondon )May 12, 2021 Follow Breitbart London on Facebook: Breitbart London