Bérénice Bejo worried about young people who “rush into extremes”

Bérénice Bejo worried about young people who “rush into extremes”
Bérénice Bejo worried about young people who “rush into extremes”

The actress born in Argentina and naturalized French deplored this weekend that young people are “rushing into extremes” and voting 32% for the National Rally.

French film stars continue to take action against the RN. Actress Bérénice Bejo said last Saturday on the set of the show What an era! that she was “sad” that young people were “rushing into extremes”.

A reaction to an Elabe poll for BFMTV revealing that 32% of 18-34 year olds had voted for Rassemblement National in the European elections – while Manon Aubry (La France insoumise) collected 20% of the votes in this age group.

“I find it so sad that young people no longer think, no longer read and rush into extremes. I am very, very sad,” she declared before recalling that she was “naturalized French”.

“I was born in Argentina, I am the daughter of a Republic which accepted me, which accepted my parents,” she insisted. “It’s thanks to France that I’m here.”

A speech joined by Dany Boon, also present on the set of the show: “It’s very beautiful what she just said! I myself come from a mixture. My father was a Kabyle immigrant, he was welcomed and it’s true that today it’s complicated, it’s worrying.”

Other stars took a stand against the RN’s score in the Europeans. Saturday June 15, while demonstrations in support of the Popular Front took place throughout France to call for a barrier to the far right, Marion Cotillard also called to vote against the RN with an Instagram publication.

Many artists also spoke to express their concern after the RN score: the rappers Georgio and Médine, the actor Ben Attal, the singer Voyou but also the cartoonists Joann Sfar, Julien Neel and Pénélope Bagieu.

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