After the permanence of the delegate general of LREM Stanislas Guerini, tagged in the night of Wednesday to Thursday, those of the LREM Deputies of Haute-Garonne Corinne Vignon and Monique Iborra were respectively walled and covered with manure by farmers Thursday evening, noted the AFP.
Tags, breeze blocks, manure
"There were two tags on the windows: 'the police kill' and 'no to Ceta', a controversial free trade treaty between Europe and Canada that was ratified in the Assembly, said in a statement. AFP the entourage of Stanislas Guerini, also deputy of the third constituency of Paris. The elected lamented, in a tweet, these tags on its permanence in the capital's 17th arrondissement, which "add to a long series of damaged places of democracy".
My permanence will always be open to those who want to dialogue.
The tags that have been added to it add up to a long series of damaged democracy sites. I regret it and continue to move forward.
In Toulouse Thursday evening, shortly before midnight, a dozen blocks were placed on each other, condemning the door to the permanence of Corinne Vignon. "It's a symbolic operation, we do not break anything, we just came to tell her that if she is deaf to our calls, we do not see the interest in her continuing to be a member of parliament," she said. AFP Christian Mazas, President FDSEA 31. The Departmental Federation of Farmers Unions had invited on Monday the ten deputies of Haute-Garonne for a discussion about the controversial free trade treaty between Europe and Canada (Ceta ) recently ratified in the National Assembly.
"But none came, so it's our turn to go to them," says Mazas. "This MP, like others, voted for Ceta, whereas a few months ago, during the States General of Food [Egalim law], it is the same who voted for France to raise its level of production, and that French farmers have higher standards to meet than in other countries. " Also on Thursday evening, the FDSEA 31 dumped several tons of manure in front of the residence of Monique Iborra, also a member of Haute-Garonne, and in front of the prefecture, in Toulouse. And promised to do the same with all the deputies having voted Ceta.
2 tons of manure in front of the building where dentists work and other professions that receive from the public is also irresponsible and useless. From tomorrow I will intervene for the access of the building is made possible for those who work there. pic.twitter.com/yUGDyMzk0E- Monique Iborra (@MoniqueIborra) August 1, 2019
About fifteen permanences targeted
Targets of insults or violence at the height of the crisis of "yellow vests" this winter, parliamentarians are targeted again for several days, especially LREM deputies who voted July 23 in favor of the ratification of Ceta. About fifteen permanent deputies or party officials have been walled up, tagged or vandalized in recent days, provoking a condemnation of the entire political class.
The permanence of Rémy Rebeyrotte (Saône-et-Loire) had been targeted the day after the vote with manure. In the Val-d'Oise, three meetings of LREM deputies were tagged in 24 hours. Those of Guillaume Vuilletet, in Méry-sur-Oise, was vandalized in the night from Tuesday to Wednesday, like that of Cécile Rilhac, in Herblay-sur-Seine. "CETA vomit", "LREMERDE" or "ACAB" ["All cops are bastards"] were bombarded with black paint on the facade of buildings.
Wednesday afternoon, it is the premises of Fiona Lazaar, Argenteuil, who were targeted with slogans of the same type. The boss of LREM Saturday had sent his support to Romain Grau, LREM deputy of the Pyrénées-Orientales, whose permanence in Perpignan had been sacked on the sidelines of a demonstration of "yellow vests" and his colleagues Jean-Baptiste Moreau to Guéret (Creuse) and Barbara Bessot-Ballot in Vesoul (Haute-Saône). He then denounced in a tweet "intolerable acts of vandalism".