Europe 1 with AFP 09:59, December 07, 2022
Deputy Manuel Bompard (LFI) assured Wednesday that there was "no agreement" with the RN which wants to resume in its parliamentary niche in mid-January the controversial text of the Insoumis on the reintegration of non-vaccinated caregivers.
"The National Rally took the decision alone, in its corner, to say that it wanted to take up the text" explained the deputy of Bouches-du-Rhône.
Deputy Manuel Bompard (LFI) assured Wednesday that there was "no agreement" with the RN which wants to resume in its parliamentary niche in mid-January the controversial text of the Insoumis on the reintegration of non-vaccinated caregivers, Elsa Faucillon (PCF) speaking of a "trap set" by the far right.
"The National Rally took the decision alone, in its corner, to say that it wanted to take up the text" that the oppositions had not been able to adopt for lack of time, at the end of November, during the parliamentary day reserved for France Rebellious, explained the deputy of Bouches-du-Rhône on RMC.
"There is no deal"
The other groups, however, opposed during a vote on Tuesday in committee that the deputy RN Frédéric Falcon be appointed co-rapporteur of this bill, which he took over word for word.
The elected LFI Caroline Fiat "will remain the sole rapporteur", said her group on Tuesday in a press release.
“The text will therefore be examined during the RN niche; if they wish to leave us half of their niche, it is up to them,” added the rebellious.
"There is no possibility that this text will be adopted in the niche of the RN for a very good reason which is that they have taken over the text as it is", corrected Manuel Bompard on Wednesday, recalling that "the government tabled more than 300 amendments".
"It would take 15 hours of examination",
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"I saw the idea in the press that there would have been an agreement. There is no agreement", abounded the communist deputy Elsa Faucillon on the set of franceinfo, evoking a "trap" stretched by the RN by taking the text to the word.
She said "hope" that rebellious France does not "allow" the rapporteur for the text, Caroline Fiat, "to be able to defend a text which has been taken up by the National Rally".
"I hope that the rebels will not enter this trap with both feet," said PS first secretary Olivier Faure on franceinfo.
He wants LFI "to take a decision that will not leave the idea that there may be confusion between what the RN is and what the left is",
Should Caroline Fiat be the rapporteur for her text?
"No", replied the president of the socialist group in the Assembly, Boris Vallaud, on France inter, pleading for the subject to be integrated into "the week of the National Assembly, that is to say in a place of pluralistic debate".