Critics multiply. This Sunday evening, the Minister of the Sea Annick Girardin denounced an “attack” against the deputy LaREM StÃ © phane Claireaux, which occurred in front of the latter’s home in Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, where According to her, elected numerous projectiles in the face followed by stone throws.
In its press release, the Minister of the Sea described the aggression as follows: “On the sidelines of a citizen demonstration against the health pass, several dozen demonstrators went to the home of the deputy StÃ © phane Claireaux. In a spirit of dialogue, he went to his porch where he received many projectiles violently thrown in the face followed by stone throws “.
For his part, the Minister of Overseas Territories, SÃ © bastien Lecornu, announced on Sunday evening on Twitter that the Minister of the Interior GÃ © rald Darmanin and himself had “charged the pre fet of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon to ensure the protection of the deputy “.
The latter also declared his “total support for the deputy”, whom he described as “a member of the Republic lynched in front of his family home”. “No debate can justify this outburst,” he wrote.
The President of the National Assembly, Richard Ferrand, declared to have called Stéphane Claireaux: “I assured him of my personal support and of the solidarity of the Assembly national in the face of the intolerable aggression he suffered at his home while proposing dialogue, “he wrote on his Twitter account.
Attacks and death threats have increased in recent weeks, mainly against majority members who approved the bill at first reading this week. transforming the health pass into a vaccination pass. Several of them posted on social networks the death threats they received and announced their intention to file a complaint.