A sequence that Adrien Quatennens would have preferred to avoid. Present at a concert in Lille, in support of the strikers on Tuesday, the deputy now reinstated in La France insoumise after his temporary exclusion, had to face hostility on Tuesday night.
“And no, Quatennens is not a comrade”, the protesters chanted during this act called “Make some noise” organized at the Saint-Sauveur station to close the fourteenth day of demonstration against the pension reform.
Exfiltrated from the concert
Enough to interrupt the visit of the Lille parliamentarian and put pressure on the security service that tried to silence the protesters, according to a video from the voice of the north. Adrien Quatennens showed his support for this concert organized by the League for Human Rights on your Twitter account.
The elected representative of the North was sentenced last December to four months in prison suspended for his wife. Adrien Quatennens returned to the National Assembly last January as an unregistered deputy. Since April 14, this former rising star is once again part of the group of rebels.
quiet earlier protests
The slogan launched by several dozen protesters initially caused confusion, according to a video from the voice of the north. The deputy who continues to be supported by Jean-Luc Mélenchon preferred to leave the venue.
Rather discreet since his return to the chamber, Adrien Quatennens had to face boos during his first speech in session, while he was applauded by some rebel deputies.
The Lille parliamentarian was present during the latest demonstrations against the pension reform in his department, without notable incidents.
Source: BFM TV