TENSIONS For several months, the party has been divided
More than 20 party members had signed an internal referral incriminating the complainants. Drawing. — Pixabay/WilliamCho
Christine Lagrange, Annie Rosenblatt, and Luz Amselle, municipal councilors at the town hall of Avignon (Vaucluse) suspected of the distribution of an email to racist character, took legal action. Members of the local group of Europe Écologie Les Verts (EELV) have filed a complaint for “forgery and use of forgery in writing with the aim of undermining; honor or to consideration of others” , reports Le Dauphiné this Monday.
A divided group
This complaint targets the 25 signatories of the internal referral which incriminated the complainants. For several months, the local group of EELV, shaken by several cases, is very divided. In addition to these accusations of racism, the reappointment to the committee animation of a running mate of the Blue Navy candidate for the 2014 municipal elections this Sunday, is not to the taste of a dozen party activists.
The group's spokesman é The Avignon ecologist specifies that all the disputed memberships have been validated by party authorities. According to him, the former running mate Bleu Marine pointed out. finger has proven itself in two years of activism at EELV. “Let the complaint run its course, in my view there is no conclusive evidence” he commented.