“It’s a call for social violence”, repeated several times on BFMTV and RMC the minister, before adding the adjective “in disguise” because, according to him, the former presidential candidate “will always be able to say: That’s not what I meant”.

“It’s not the first time that he goes beyond the limits, he is always in excess”, he estimated, welcoming a “dissociation” on the part of “more traditional parties within the Nupes”, in particular that of the boss of the PS Olivier Faure.

“The right to demonstrate is constitutional, we respect it, we support it, but hidden or direct or indirect calls for a form of social violence, it’s irresponsible, even more from a political leader”, a insisted the Minister.

“On October 5 and 6, 1789, women marched on Versailles against the high cost of living. They brought the king, the queen and the dauphin by force to Paris under popular control. Do better on October 16,” wrote Jean-Luc Mélenchon on Thursday. Twitter.

“There Jean-Luc you can do better. Provocation is not always the best way to be heard. There is no longer a king or queen. We will have neither spades nor pitchforks. Our mobilization will be non-violent and its strength is its message: justice against social disorder”, replied the PS deputy from Seine-et-Marne on the same social network.

In addition to Olivier Véran, several ministers and leaders of the majority have stepped up to denounce the attitude of the leader of the Insoumis.

“These are factious remarks which are serious”, accused on Sud Radio the Minister in charge of Relations with Parliament Franck Riester.

“I believe that he is not credible to continue to be a politician because he is not responsible and dignified in his remarks”, estimated on Public Senate the boss of the Renaissance deputies Aurore Bergé, who does not ” don’t understand why they don’t arrive within rebellious France to break definitively with these methods and with him”.