The damaging of the offices of deputies from “La République En Marche!” continues. Valérie Gomez-Bassac, elected in the 6th constituency of the Var, discovered her premises covered in tags after the funeral of Jean Michel at Signes. “My determination is entire,” she simply commented on her Twitter account.
En revenant de #Signes où j'ai assisté à l'enterrement de #JeanMathieuMichel, je découvre que ma permanence parlementaire a été taggée dans la nuit, touchant par la même occasion la Mairie de la Roquebrussanne. Ma détermination est entière, le travail continue tout l'été. pic.twitter.com/9FT0HzjFeC— Valérie Gomez-Bassac (@VGB83) August 9, 2019
Valérie Gomez-Bassac has filed a complaint and is surprised on “France Bleu Provence” [a radio show – ed] about the content of these tags on the walls of her office: “The initials are reversed, I have very good dialogue with the farmers, I do not see why they would have done this damage. I am simply surprised that these tags appeared after I denounced the phenomenon of wild dumping in our department”.
Other tags have been discovered this Friday morning near the village of Signes, where the funeral of Mayor Jean-Mathieu Michel took place. “The State killed Michel RIP” and “The hypocritical state” were inscribed in the night on the wall of the Paul Ricard circuit, along the D402, a few hundred meters from the place where the Mayor of Signes was killed earlier this week. A banner was also seen on departmental road 2: “Justice for Benalla, justice for Steve”.
At the moment, no link could be established between these different inscriptions.