LFI MP Manuel Bompard assured Tuesday that the return to the National Assembly of Adrien Quatennens, who recognized domestic violence in mid-September, “will take the time it takes”, while the subject is under debate within of the group.
“Adrien Quatennens, it’s very simple, his sick leave ended last week”, explained the deputy of Bouches-du-Rhône close to Jean-Luc Mélenchon to RMC-BFMTV, recalling that “none of the deputies of our political group has asked for his resignation”.
“It is normal that collectively now, we work, we think together and it will take the time it takes “to find” the conditions, the methods, the timetable for the return of Adrien Quatennens” on the benches of the Assembly.
The deputy from the North, who withdrew from the party in mid-September and no longer sat, nevertheless voted by delegation. According to several deputies of La France insoumise, he expressed the wish to resume his place in the hemicycle while waiting for the justice, seized, to decide on the merits.
“He is not sentenced to life, so it is normal that we collectively prepare the conditions for his return”, commented Manuel Bompard.
Questioned Tuesday on Radio J, the socialist deputy Jérôme Guedj was much more circumspect. If he returns, “he cannot escape the signal that could be sent to say ‘we’re passing the towel’: we can’t pass the towel so quickly and so simply,” he said. he declares.
“To my knowledge, he has not been convicted, he is not ineligible”, decided for his part the deputy Les Républicains Éric Ciotti.
“Legally, he is a deputy and he can sit, after, he has a debate with his conscience”, he added.
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