An LFI deputy targeted by complaints of violence after the blockade of a Marseille high school
Two complaints relate to Sebastien Delogu. They come from the deputy headmaster and the main…
Two complaints relate to Sebastien Delogu. They come from the deputy headmaster and the main education adviser of a Marseille high school and accuse the LFI deputy of violence, after scuffles during the blockade of their establishment.
“This (Friday) morning, following the demonstrations against pension reform, there was a blockade of the Lycée Saint-Exupéry. There was Sébastien Delogu, who allegedly behaved violently against the CPE and the deputy headmaster, and these two staff filed a complaint, ”declared the rectorate of Aix-Marseille, confirming information from BFM Marseille.
The deputy principal told the local channel that the deputy had kicked him in the ankle and two kicks in that of the CPE, when these two people were trying to remove a garbage container.
“He was trying to intervene”, say the unions
The entourage of Sébastien Delogu for his part “firmly” denied these accusations.
“Around 7 a.m., the management and the police intervened violently against the students who were demonstrating. A member of the management (and) a police officer belted and put a student on the ground to immobilize him. Following protests from the colleagues present, the principal released the student before accusing the teachers present and the unions of being responsible blocking “, for their part described in a joint press release the unions CGT, FO, Snes and SUD of the school.
“The local CGT union then intervened in support of the students, as well as the deputy Sébastien Delogu, to prevent further violence from taking place. The deputy, who was trying to intervene, was himself physically attacked by a member of management, ”added the unions.