During an intervention by LFI deputy Carlos Martens Bilongo on illegal immigration, one of his peers launched in the hemicycle: “Let him (s) return (nt) to Africa”. The RN deputy at the origin of this apostrophe denounces a misappropriation of his remarks.
Shared this November 3 on social networks, a short excerpt from the day’s debates in the National Assembly lets hear a male voice interrupting the intervention of the rebellious deputy Carlos Martens Bilongo, in these terms: “That he (s) go back to Africa!”
The President of the Assembly then put an end to the session. “We are going to ask for the strongest sanction, expulsion for several months. [de ce député]“, informed the rebellious deputy of Val-de-Marne Mathilde Panot to the press.
For his part, the RN deputy for Gironde at the origin of the apostrophe, Grégoire de Fournas, reacted to the incident at the microphone of BFMTV, denouncing a misappropriation of his remarks on the part of rebellious France which, according to he, “looks for all the pretexts to interrupt the session”. “They understood, which I myself find it difficult to realize, that I was talking about the deputy himself, which is obviously totally false,” he assured.
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