Deputy LIOT Olivier Serva denounced the “obstructive pettiness” of the majority while the bill aimed at reintegrating caregivers who had not been vaccinated against Covid-19 was debated.
Tense atmosphere at the Palais-Bourbon. While the rebellious France bill on the reintegration of non-vaccinated caregivers against Covid-19 was debated in the Assembly, the deputy Freedom, independents, Overseas and territories (LIOT) Olivier Serva took the floor to attack the majority.
“I’m looking at you dear colleagues you have a smile on your face, you are satisfied and happy. You are happy to have been able to find a little obstructive pettiness so as not to let a niche go to the end”, declared at first the parliamentarian.
The deputy accuses here, like several opposition groups, the Renaissance group of obstruction in the face of the vote on this bill which must be done before midnight or risk stopping the examination of the text.
“It’s an insult”
A person present in the hemicycle then seems to be addressing MP LIOT.
“You’re going to close it,” then throws the deputy to him.
The deputies of the majority react immediately and the vice-president of the National Assembly Naïma Moutchou announces a suspension of the session for five minutes.
“It’s an invective. Dear colleagues, we can’t come to invective in this way,” said Naïma Moutchou from the perch.
A few minutes later, the session was able to resume normally and the deputy even spoke again.