politics LFI deputy Adrien Quatennens should soon return to the benches of the National Assembly
For LFI deputy Manuel Bompard, it is "normal to collectively prepare the conditions of the return" of Adrien Quatennens to the National Assembly. — ISA HARSIN/SIPA
The deputy LFI Manuel Bompard ensured Tuesday that the return to the National Assembly of Adrien Quatennens, which recognized domestic violence in mid-September, “will take the time it takes, while the subject is under debate within the group.
“Adrien Quatennens, it’s very simple, his sick leave is over. last week,” the deputy Bouches-du-Rhône close to Jean-Luc Mélenchon at; RMC-BFMTV, recalling that “none of the deputies of our political group has requested his resignation.”
“Find out the terms of his return” to the Assembly
“It is normal that collectively now, we work, we reflect together and çit will take the time it takes “to “find”  ;the conditions, the modalities, the timetable for the return of Adrien Quatennens” on the benches of the Assembly.
The deputy du Nord, who withdrew from the party in mid-September and no longer sat, nevertheless voted by delegation. According to several deputies from La France insoumise, he expressed the wish to resume his place in the hemicycle while waiting for the justice, seized, to rule on the merits.
“He is not condemned;” to in perpetuity, so it’s normal that we collectively prepare the conditions for his return,” Manuel Bompard.
Asked; Tuesday on Radio J, the deputy socialist Jérôme Guedj has shown himself much more circumspect. If he comes back, “he cannot exonerate himself from the signal that might be sent. to say 'we pass the sponge': we can’t pass the sponge so quickly and so simply,” he said.
“To my knowledge, it’s not been convicted, he is not ineligible,” on his side the deputy Republicans Éric Ciotti.
“ and he can sit, then he has a debate with his conscience,” he added.