Dismissal of Guillaume Meurice at France Inter: three columnists announce their departure

Dismissal of Guillaume Meurice at France Inter: three columnists announce their departure
Dismissal of Guillaume Meurice at France Inter: three columnists announce their departure

Mthank you for everything Aymeric”, “Bravo Aymeric Lompret and strong support! Support for the whole team.” On the X network, there was no shortage of reactions after the cryptic message, published by the comedian from the North, at midday: “Plus Guillaume = plus Aymeric. Thank you for everything France Inter. Now I’m going to spend French money,” wrote Aymeric Lompret, after the announcement of the dismissal of his colleague and friend, Guillaume Meurice.

Very shortly after Aymeric Lompret’s message announcing his departure, two other members of the “Grand Dimanche soir” team indicated that they were also leaving the air: the singer Giedré and the author and linguist Laélia Véron .

Comedian Guillaume Meurice was suspended on France Inter, after his joke about Netanyahu, which he re-released once the prepus case was dismissed by the courts. “There are things we can say. For example, if I say: ‘Netanyahu is a kind of Nazi but without a foreskin” that’s fine. The prosecutor said: ‘It’s okay,’” the comedian smiled a few weeks ago. The columnist and pillar of the program “Le Grand Dimanche soir”, presented by Charline Vanhoenacker, was then summoned to the disciplinary council. Radio France finally notified him of his dismissal “for serious misconduct”, Guillaume Meurice reported this Tuesday, June 11.

Solidarity with Guillaume Meurice

Since the comedian’s suspension, listeners had also “lost” Aymeric Lompret. The Northerner, originally from Tourcoing, no longer appeared on Charline Vanhoenacker’s show, in solidarity with his friend Guillaume Meurice. Before him, Djamil Le Schlag had slammed the door of the radio in a live column. Then Waly Dia played with fire, in a column, which he thought would be the last on the radio.

Aymeric Lompret reacted to The voice of the Northindicating that he regretted that the “ tolerance level has dropped » in terms of political humor.

On the at a time when laughter in the face of fascism perhaps in place would be more necessary than ever. »

Aymeric Lompret will continue his journey with his latest show, “Yolo” (You Only Live Once), co-written with Pierre-Emmanuel Barré, who also left France Inter in 2017, after having been refused a column on abstention.

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