Jean-Luc Mélenchon and the government have not ceased to pass the buck to each other since the assassination of Samuel Paty, upon leaving his college in Conflans.
While Sunday, Jean-Michel Blanquer denounced the supposed “Islamo-leftism” of the leader of rebellious France, the latter replied to him this Monday morning on France Inter. “Let him prove it, let him quote a sentence, a behavior on my part, a call”, he was annoyed.
In turn, he accused the Minister of National Education of being “an enemy … of public national education”. “He himself cut 50,000 positions, then he favored organizations of denominational schools.”
Then Jean-Luc Mélenchon returned to the beginnings of the Conflans attack. “When Samuel Paty was put in danger, his administration did nothing, she is therefore guilty”, before correcting “not to spend my week justifying myself on all tones”. “Samuel Paty was threatened and his murderer was known to the police and no one did anything”, denouncing “the inaction of the administration and the ministry in the face of the escalation”.
And to continue on Blanquer: “I accuse the Minister of National Education of doing nothing and insulting us, of making a kind of diversion so that we do not talk about his record.”
Macron “has totally lost control of the situation” with Erdogan
“National Education must support teachers instead of keeping them on a leash and wanting to suspect them all the time of not doing their job,” he added.
Always very upset, Jean-Luc Mélenchon also refused to support Emmanuel Macron, target of violent personal attacks by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, believing that the President of the Republic has “totally lost control of the situation”.
France has recalled its ambassador to Ankara to Paris after the Turkish president publicly expressed doubts about the “mental health” of his French counterpart, whom he accuses of being “anti-Muslim”.
Asked about France Inter on his support for Emmanuel Macron in this affair, the member of Bouches-du-Rhône replied: “I have done it several times to support him, I will not do it anymore because the best I can to do is to shut up ”.
“When we were bombed in Syria, when we were threatened in Libya, he was told over and over again that it was time to pose the problem of knowing why we are allied in NATO with someone who bombarding or threatening us, he did nothing and he did not plan anything ”, he criticized.
” Last night (Editor’s note: Sunday), the president, for reasons none of us can figure out, spilled over into a series of tweets […], he has totally lost control of the situation, ”he denounced.
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