Three members of Prisca Thevenot's cupboard resigned a number of days after a false announcement of a foiled assault | EUROtoday

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Three members of the cupboard of the federal government spokesperson, Prisca Thevenot, resigned a number of days after a hiccup from the minister over a false announcement of a foiled assault, Agence France-Presse discovered on Wednesday April 17 from its entourage, confirming info from Marianne.

“It’s like in love, life in offices is like this. There are people who leave making noise and others who stay in silence and others who return in silence.commented Prisca Thevenot, questioned about these serial resignations during the report of the council of ministers.

“What matters to me and what interests me today, (…) it is to be able to explain, to carry out the action resolutely undertaken by the President of the Republic”she added, with out giving the explanations for these departures. “I will continue to do it with a determined team”she assured.

Confusion over an “attempt to take action”

His entourage confirmed the departure of the chief of workers, his deputy and the chief of workers. The new chief of workers shall be Matylda Brzezinska, a former communications advisor at Matignon when Elisabeth Borne was prime minister.

On April 3, within the report of the council of ministers, Mme Thevenot sowed confusion over the specter of assaults by asserting {that a} “attempt to take action” had been foiled throughout the Easter weekend, earlier than having to appropriate its personal statements lower than an hour later.

On April 2, Alexis Bétemps, the advisor accountable for writing the spokesperson's speeches, had already resigned simply earlier than the publication of an investigation by Mediapart reporting his “attraction” for the concepts of the far-right essayist Alain Soral.

Read additionally | “No attack was foiled” throughout the Easter weekend, says the federal government spokesperson’s entourage, correcting her announcement

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