Protests break out in France as Macron appoints a minister who’s accused of rape

Protests break out in France as Macron appoints a minister who’s accused of rape

Protests broke out in multiple cities in France due to President Emmanuel Macron’s decision to appoint Gerald Darmanin as the new interior minister. Darmanin had been accused of rape. Protesters took to the streets chanting ’Impunity is Over!’ and dancing to the song, ’A Rapist in Your Path.’ They held banners which read ’Darmanin named, Victims disdained’ or ’Victims, We See You.’

Chris
Chris
KCooper
KCooper 4 weeks

"Gerald Darmanin will technically be in charge of the very people investigating his case." I'm guessing Macron seems to be on a task of plummeting his leftover popularity?

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