Legislative elections 2024: La France Insoumise deputy Adrien Quatennens renounces his candidacy

Legislative elections 2024: La France Insoumise deputy Adrien Quatennens renounces his candidacy
Legislative elections 2024: La France Insoumise deputy Adrien Quatennens renounces his candidacy

In his HQ in Lille, the former deputy of La France Insoumise announced that he was renouncing his candidacy for the legislative elections of June 30 and July 7.

A few hours before the end of the submission of candidacies for the legislative elections, Adrien Quatennens, outgoing deputy from the North invested by LFI, spoke at a press conference broadcast live on his YouTube channel this Sunday, June 16 in the morning . His inauguration sparked debate on the left while the elected official had been convicted of domestic violence in 2022.

At the end of his speech, Adrien Quatennens announced that he was renouncing his candidacy in the North, while his inauguration divided La France insoumise. “I know this decision will disappoint a lot of people but it will bring relief to many more,” he explains, denouncing “pressures” so that he steps back.

“A human being is not perfect”

“In less than three weeks, France can be governed by the fascists. I only ask you one thing: make the Popular Front win,” he warned during this speech in Lille, before adding “I would have preferred to be confronted fairly, with ballots.”

“A human being is not perfect”recognizes the now ex-MP, before admitting that it is possible to “commit mistakes and errors in life’s journey” and that recognizing it is “an essential first step for repair”.

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