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Val-d'Oise: the permanence of two deputies LREM degraded again


Val-d'Oise: the permanence of two deputies LREM degraded again

Pontoise (France) (AFP)

Tags, manure and an envelope with powder: two deputies LREM of Val-d'Oise again saw their permanent vandalized fifteen days after first degradations, was learned Thursday from concordant sources.

On Tuesday, MP Cécile Rilhac received at her permanence in Herblay-sur-Seine an envelope containing a suspicious powder, said a police source.

It was his parliamentary colleague, Karim Boulkhoubz, who discovered the envelope. Inside, a threatening word: "Cécile, resigns before the disaster" and "a small amount of gray powder," he told AFP.

"There is nothing dangerous, it is pyrotechnic powder, used in firecrackers," he said after receiving Thursday the results of the laboratory.

Manure was also deposited at the entrance to the MP's office on Wednesday, and tags inscribed on the building: "GJ" (for "yellow vests") and "Crap Ceta", in reference to the free trade agreement between the European Union and Canada.

The same inscriptions were tagged on the permanence of Guillaume Vuilletet, Méry-sur-Oise in the night of Wednesday to Thursday, indicates the gendarmerie, specifying that 30 kilos of horse dung were dumped in front of the door.

At the end of July, three meetings of LREM deputies from Val-d'Oise had already been tagged, including those of Cécile Rilhac and Guillaume Vuilletet. "Ceta vomir", "LREMERDE" or "ACAB" ("All cops are bastards") had been bombarded with black paint on the facade of buildings.

Since the ratification of the CETA treaty on July 23, several meetings of LREM deputies have been degraded in France, even sacked as in Perpignan on the sidelines of a demonstration of "yellow vests".

© 2019 AFP

Source: france24

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