He used a parliamentary commission of inquiry to explain his point of view on the Holocaust. Yvan Benedetti, a representative of the extreme right, was the subject of a report to the prosecutor after he delivered as negative during a hearing at the National Assembly
. Englisch: www.germnews.de/archive/eng/news/ /03 / 29.html In his sworn April 25 interview, Benedetti, spokesman for the French Nationalist Party, has made statements denying the reality of the genocide of Jews in World War II, said the president and the investigator of the commission of inquiry into the fight against right-wing extremist groups in France, Muriel Ressiguier and Adrien Morenas
the decision to inform the prosecutor with The Republic made under Article 40 of the Code of Criminal Procedure statements that are likely to be the subject of legal proceedings, "said the two deputies from the insubordinated France and the Republic in m ark.  "Anti-Semitic, anti-Semitic, anti-Jewish", self-proclaimed
The article in question states that "any constituted authority, official or official who is aware of a crime or criminal offense in performing his duties is obliged to prosecute to notify immediately.
Yvan Benedetti, 54, had taken over the head of the Petainist French workers' movement founded in 1968 and now dissolved – in 2012. He had just been expelled from the National Front of which he was a town councilor in Vénissieux (Rhône) because he qualified himself as "anti-Zionist, anti-Semitic and anti-Jewish." In July 2018, he and his accomplice Alexandre Gabriac were sentenced to several days' imprisonment for attempting to restore his small group.
Yvan Benedetti was in the last months spokesman for the French Nationalist Party a certain notoriety in appearance, along with other figures of his current in addition to the yellow West.
"The national representation must be inflexible, especially in light of the negationist discourses that can be found in no way regarded as an opinion protected by freedom of expression w "still" as the two elected for the commission of inquiry.