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The listening cells of the Nupes “stifle the word of the victims” judge Isabelle Rome


Europe 1 with AFP

Set up following accusations of violence against women within the party, the listening cells of the Nupes are pointed out by Isabelle Rome, Minister Delegate for Equality between Women and Men. For her, these cells “suffocate the words of the victims instead of releasing them”.

The Minister Delegate for Equality between Women and Men, Isabelle Rome, criticized on Wednesday the listening cells of the Nupes which “stifle (s) the words of the victims” after the revelation of accusations of violence against women by political cadres on the left. For Isabelle Rome, the Quatennens affair thus demonstrates “the ineffectiveness of the ‘listening cells’ put in place by Nupes”.

“This cell constitutes a closed eight”

“Rather than allowing the victims to turn to the police and then take the legal route (…), this cell ultimately constitutes a closed door that stifles the words of the victims instead of freeing them”, has estimated Isabelle Rome in a reaction sent to AFP.

Figure of the young guard of La France insoumise (LFI), the deputy Adrien Quatennens admitted domestic violence against his wife. He is under investigation, which follows a handrail. The case had a domino effect among environmentalists with accusations of “behaviour likely to break the moral health of women” launched by EELV deputy Sandrine Rousseau against Julien Bayou, co-president of the environmental group in the Assembly national.

Ex-magistrate, the minister delegate, who called “all the victims to file a complaint”, considers it necessary to “work collectively” on sexist and sexual violence which “spare no political formation”.


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