Europe 1 6:54 p.m., October 27, 2021, modified at 6:57 p.m., October 27, 2021

Last week, LREM deputy Coralie Dubost was assaulted with her companion in a street in the 7th arrondissement of Paris, leaving a restaurant.

On Europe 1 and CNews, Wednesday evening, the parliamentarian from Hérault returns to this moment and sweeps away the idea of ​​"political aggression".

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"I'm better": assaulted with her companion in a street in Paris, last week, the deputy LREM Coralie Dubost returned to this moment at the microphone of

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on CNews and Europe 1. The parliamentarian of the majority, who does not believe to a "political aggression" against him, but "would have questions to ask" of the perpetrators.

"I think it is a fortuitous aggression probably due [to] social causes, of great precariousness with fantasy about what one can imagine of a French bourgeoisie. I think they are wrong", a said the member.

Defense of meritocracy

On Europe 1 and CNews, the MP then embarked on a defense of meritocracy: "I worked to pay for my studies in large part. Where I am today, I owe it to my labor, to my seriousness, to my commitment and to a lot of luck in the meetings that I have made in my life and the trust that I have been given. And life is made of that, of work, of seriousness , determination and the ability to say 'yes' when someone adult or more advanced in life reaches out to you. And you don't progress in life by spending your time destroying. "

For the time being, the investigation has not made it possible to find the attackers of Coralie Dubost.

Her handbag, her husband's Rolex watch, worth 12,000 euros, as well as her wallet containing 2,000 euros in cash and an access badge to the National Assembly were stolen.

"I know that the investigators are working. I trust them and I hope that they will obviously succeed in going to the end of this investigation", she wished.

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