legal battle The Minister of Public Accounts again attacked the Paris City Hall this Wednesday morning by targeting it through the system of capitalized rents
“That's all the files I've accumulated against the Paris City Hall” — Jacques Witt/SIPA
The tension has risen gradually in recent days. And it’s the interview this Wednesday with Gabriel Attal on France Inter that set fire to the powder. As during his speech in the Senate on Wednesday, November 16, the Minister of Public Accounts attacked almost word for word – we have moreover analyzed them in a previous article – the town hall to entrust to social landlords of housing so that they manage and maintain it as social housing and to claim payment in one go of future rents. “Honestly çit falls under the Ponzi scheme,” concluded Gabriel Attal in reference to the Ponzi scheme, used in the past. notably by the crook Bernard Madoff.
This comparison made the socialist hierarchs jump and counter-attacked. on Twitter at; the image of Emmanuel Grégoire or Paul Simondon, Finance Assistant.
À la maladresse dans les chiffres succède l’indécence des mots.
Comparer un dispositif salué qui permet la création massive de logements sociaux à un système mafieux qui a détruit des vies est susceptible de poursuites judiciaires.
— Emmanuel Grégoire (@egregoire) November 23, 2022
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But the Paris City Hall has stepped up its response by confirming to 20 Minutes consider a defamation suit against; against Gabriel Attal. A legal expertise is also underway to decide on the interest of such an approach. With the will of certain Renaissance deputies to modify the Parisian voting system, tensions are high; its height between Macronie and the City of Paris.