When I discovered the tags, “I was nauseated, what baseness”.

It is with these words that Stéphane Ravacley, professional baker in Besançon, candidate for the 2022 legislative elections without a label invested by Nupes under the colors of EELV, described the racist inscription and the swastika discovered Tuesday on one of his posters. electoral.

The baker, who has carved out a national stature for himself since obtaining the regularization of his Guinean apprentice, at the cost of a ten-day hunger strike last year, but also organized a spectacular humanitarian convoy for the Ukraine, don't lose your temper.

The poster on which he appears as well as the socialist running mate Nabia Hakkar-Boyer was indeed covered on Tuesday with a large black swastika and the word “Nègre”.

It has since been changed.

"It's little nazillons who are not educated who did this.

I'm not even surprised, ”he added, announcing his intention to file a complaint with the city police station.

The national secretary of the Europe Ecology Les Verts party, Julien Bayou, supported the candidate via a tweet where we can read, among other things: “Your fight, our fight is fair.

We will not give in to pressure.



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