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IThey wish to “crack the government”. The Insoumis deputies intend to ask the Palestinian query each week to the National Assembly. This is what says Rachel Keke, LFI MP, who waved a flag within the colours of Palestine this Tuesday, June 4, reproducing the gesture of her colleague Sébastien Delogu final week.

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“We cannot let what is happening in Palestine pass […] We cannot be silent. Every Tuesday, during questions to the government, there must be a Palestinian flag to make the government take its responsibilities. At one point, enough is enough,” mentioned the elected official from Val-de-Marne on BFMTV.

At the opening of the session, a number of environmentalists, communists and La France insoumise deputies introduced themselves wearing black, crimson, white and inexperienced. They then sat within the stands to breed the colours of the Palestinian individuals with their outfits, earlier than Rachel Keke waved their flag.

“It’s part of the struggle”

For her motion, which led to a suspension of the session, Rachel Keke obtained a name to order with entry within the minutes, pending potential extra extreme measures from the workplace. “It doesn’t scare me […] Are the sanctions going to set us back? This is part of the fight,” responded MP Insoumise.

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Last week, on Tuesday May 28, Insoumis MP Sébastien Delogu additionally waved a Palestinian flag throughout inquiries to the federal government within the Assembly. His motion induced the session to be instantly suspended. The elected official from Bouches-du-Rhône was excluded from the Palais-Bourbon for 2 weeks.