The deputy for Val d'Oise, who recently left LREM, is protesting against the law on separatism.

After having made his mea culpa on polygamy, Aurélien Taché considered that the government bill could be used to stigmatize certain French people according to their religion.

Aurelien Taché caused an uproar over the weekend by appearing to defend polygamy to attack the separatism bill.

Since the deputy of Val d'Oise, formerly of La République en Marche, made his mea culpa He repeated it on Monday on Europe 1, and wanted to clarify his thinking.

The government bill "may contribute to a xenophobic agenda", assured the elected official, worried about the "rise of racism" in France.

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