Further deterioration of LREM parliamentary offices has been noted since Friday. A glass of the permanence of the deputy Christophe Arend in Forbach, Moselle, was broken in the night from Friday to Saturday, said the elected, while "yellow vests" on Saturday at the local MP Patrick Vignal in Montpellier.
"There is glass everywhere inside, a glass has taken a shot or a shot," said Christophe Arend, absent from Moselle at this time, who should file a complaint. The facts were observed Saturday morning by a police patrol and a colleague of the deputy. No claims were found at the scene, he said.
Christophe Arend will yield to "no intimidation"
"It can be a disgruntled former patient who puts a blow as a political reason, but it is in a context where I have clearly expressed against intimidation" towards elected officials, said the elected, dentist by profession. MP LREM voted in favor of Ceta, a controversial free trade treaty between the European Union and Canada ratified in the National Assembly last month. "I explained, I defended my position and farmers in my constituency, with whom I have a regular dialogue, did not question me," added the Moslem deputy who "does not designate anyone". In a tweet published in the morning with a photo of the broken window of his permanence, the deputy assures that he will yield to "no intimidation".
Despite # degradation # permanently place where citizens are received with # dedication I will not give in to #bullying and will stay at #work in # interest # general @ LeRL_Forbach @ fblorrainenord @ F3Lorraine @ afpfr @ Lisa_C_Huthpic.twitter.com / Wbgt7cXWRM- Christophe Arend (@christophearend) August 10, 2019
About fifteen offices or local degraded in recent weeks
Saturday, in Montpellier, a hundred "yellow vests" have degraded the permanence of LREM deputy Patrick Vignal, spraying yellow paint on the front. The action against the permanence of the one who also aims the town hall of the city to the next municipal had been prepared upstream by a handful of "yellow vests". They had made an appointment Saturday in an unusual place for demonstrations of "yellow vests" on the banks of the Lez rather than on the Place de la Comedie. The procession of a hundred yellow vests then marched through the city, including blocking the tram.
About fifteen permanences of deputies or local LREM party have been in recent weeks walled or tagged after the ratification of Ceta, even sacked as in Perpignan on the sidelines of a demonstration of "yellow vests".