the left (but not only) denounces a “disproportionate” sanction against Sébastien Delogu

the left (but not only) denounces a “disproportionate” sanction against Sébastien Delogu
the left (but not only) denounces a “disproportionate” sanction against Sébastien Delogu

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POLICY – Too much paid. Left-wing elected officials agree that the sanction decided against Sébastien Delogu is “ disproportionate “. The rebellious elected official brandished a Palestinian flag in the hemicycle during questions to the government on May 28, the Bureau of the Assembly then met urgently and voted for the heaviest sanction: censorship with temporary exclusion .

A sentence judged “ disproportionate » unanimously on the left, as you can see in the video at the top of the article. Particularly in view of the “ case law » : « Generally it is not fifteen days of exclusion for this », declared Raphaël Glucksmann, the head of the socialist list on TF1 on May 29.

His communist opponent in the European elections also recalls that the last time such a sanction was given, it was to the RN deputy Grégoire de Fournas for having shouted “ that he returns to Africa”: “I don’t think we are in that order”, argued Léon Deffontaines on LCI, adding that “ MPs tend to be offended by this Palestinian flag more than what is happening today in Palestine.”

Socialist vice-president Valérie Rabault also regretted that the National Assembly had to spend more than an hour on a decision to sanction a Palestinian flag brandished in session, while the seriousness of the situation lies elsewhere.”

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The elected socialist, member of the office, opposed the maximum sanction against Sébastien Delogu and explained it in her tweet: “A precedent took place on February 20, 2019 when a flag bearing the inscription “France kills in Yemen” was brandished by a former LREM deputy,” she took as a reference. The deputy in question, Sébastien Nadot, then received a much less severe sanction: a point of order with entry in the minutes.

Outside the left, Horizons MP Naïma Moutchou, also vice-president of the Assembly, also judges that the sentence is too severe. “ His behavior is reprehensible, the gesture is political and controversial but there is no act of violence. Simple censorship seems more proportionate,” she explained to Figarobelieving that it is the “ credibility » of the Assembly which is at stake through this type of sanction.

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