The number 2 of La France insoumise (LFI), Adrien Quattennens, announced on Sunday September 18 that he was retiring from his post. movement coordinatorafter the revelation, on Tuesday, in The chained Duck of the filing of a " handrail " by his wife. " I am stepping back from my role as coordinator of La France insoumise to protect the movement, its activists and all those who rely a lot on me. he explained in a statement posted on Twitter.
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This letter comes five days after the publication of an article byu Chained Duck, which revealed that his wife, Céline Quattenens, had filed a handrail against him in the context of a divorce situation. The Quatennens couple had claimed on Tuesday in a joint statement, " the respect " of his " private life " after the revelation on the same day of the filing of this handrail.
In the press release published on Twitter, the deputy of the North re-elected in June evokes " disputes " since the announcement by his wife of his desire to divorce, acknowledging that he had "gave a slap" and saying they have “deeply regretted this gesture”. Adrien Quattenens says hold on "naturally" at the disposal of justice, and reserve for him any additional details on the context”.
Jean Luc Mélenchon gives him his "confidence"
Aged 32, elected deputy in 2017, Mr. Quatennens is one of the figures of the young guard of La France insoumise and his name was mentioned, among others, for the succession of Jean-Luc Mélenchon at the head of the movement.
This last immediately reacted on Twitter "Police malice, media voyeurism, social networks were invited in the conflictual divorce of Adrien and Céline Quatennens", he commented. And to insist: “Adrien decides to take it all on himself. I salute his dignity and his courage. I tell him my confidence and my affection.”