The future of the LFI deputy in the National Assembly is dark

The political future of Adrien Quatennens, accused by his wife of violence for “several years”, is increasingly compromised: calls for the resignation of the rebellious deputy are increasing and his group has excluded him from his activities until to a court decision in mid-December.

After the new accusations brought on Wednesday by his wife Céline Quatennens, evoking “physical and psychological violence” exerted for “several years”, several political leaders consider that the return to the hemicycle of the deputy from the North, in withdrawal since the first revelations of the case in September, is impossible.

The president of the RN deputies Marine Le Pen estimated that LFI should “exclude him”, the head of the Renaissance deputies Aurore Bergé that he had “no longer his place in the hemicycle”, the boss of the socialists Olivier Faure that his return was “impossible”, the ecologist Sandrine Rousseau that he “could no longer sit”.

Jean-Luc Mélenchon did not react to the new accusations

Jean-Luc Mélenchon, who initially expressed his support for his foal Adrien Quatennens in September, has not yet spoken since the new accusations.

After a few hours of embarrassment, the rebellious group in the Assembly, which was preparing the return of the elected official, decided on Wednesday evening not to reinstate him in its parliamentary activities, until a court decision is taken. .

The member of the North is summoned on December 13 by justice in the procedure of prior recognition of guilt.

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