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tension and clashes on TVs

It became an election night classic. As at the end of every election, politicians men and women offered viewers a sad spectacle of an impossible dialogue between invectives, raisins and moments of general cacophony. Anthology in the montage below.

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“Rebellious France means less police, more marijuana”

Probably the most bitter quarrel was between Clementine Autin, MP for Nupe for Saint-Saint-Denis, and Laura Lavalette, MP for RN from the Var plateau, France 2. When Anne-Sophie Lapix asks Clementine Autin if she can support the government on certain texts of law , Laure Lavalette cuts it:

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“Resignation, I think, at 65, since you voted for them…”, she said. Immediate response from an LFI representative: “Did you really decide to start a career in comedy? “. The tone then rises on the issue of the first opposition group, a stance that Nupes and the National Rally proclaim in an atmosphere of cacophony. Clementine Auten, barely finishing her sentences, begins:

“Democracy, will it really be the same in parliament? You will need to be able to listen to others. »

As the debate continues, Clementine Autin accuses the RN rep of “fight for purchasing power”. Respondent’s response:

“- Yes, of course. And purchasing power, and security, and burkini … La France insoumise means more cannabis, less police!”.“You see, the purchasing power lasted 20 seconds…”

Ann-Sophie Lapix then puts an end to the shootout between the two women: “We won’t be able to redo the debate between two rounds”.

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“I have a head with a crutch? »

There was also a tense atmosphere on TF1 in the early evening between Jordan Bardella and Rachida Dati, known for her offensive tone on Election Night. However, the interim President of the National Association attacked, deploying his usual argument:

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“LRs will be the government’s back-up force. Despite all my respect for you, you will be the backbone of Emmanuel Macron. »

Rachida Dati’s sharp answer was not long in coming: “I have a head with a crutch? » And resume by explaining that “Republicans” are “ Party of Responsibility and Opposition.

“Are you bragging again? »

On the set of BFMTV, the evening was marked by several moments of general cacophony (it must be said that the hosts were not helped by the number of guests on the set, a dozen or so). But the most intense battle was undoubtedly between Alexis Corbière (Nupet) and Eric Dupont-Moretti. The defiant French MP criticized the lawyer for his “arrogance”:

“- I find that Eric Dupont-Moretti whom I have known for many years… Are you still arrogant? […] Are you still showing off? Great job! »— Invectives, Monsieur Corbière…“No, this is not an invective. You don’t talk to me like that. »

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The dialogue continues, and although Eric Dupont-Moretti evokes a “disappointing result”, Alexis Corbière cuts it off again: “defeat”. At this last peak, the Minister of Justice ends his speech.

While the presidential party did not win an absolute majority in the National Assembly, dialogue between the parties will be critical to being able to vote on the texts. That, perhaps, to encourage elected officials of all stripes to stop invectives.