Samia Ghali decides to attack Stéphane Ravier for sexist remarks
"Angry and Injured," Sami Ghali, Marseille PS Senator, announced on Friday, April 19, on his Twitter account that she was planning a lawsuit against Stéphane Ravier. The Socialist leader condemned her opponent's sexist comments to the National Rally at a conference held the day before in the city of Phocaean in the presence of polemicist Eric Zemmour that Sami Ghali was "the G-spot of Marseille". "Angry and injured as a woman, a wife and a mother by the vulgar and indecent words of Stéphane Ravier How far will it go?" Asked the elected socialist, while recalling "sexism is a crime"
"I will be justice "she assured
" National Indignity "
. Political leaders of all directions supported Samia Ghali. As the LR president of the Paca region Renaud Muselier, who condemned the "sexist and insulting words" of Stéphane Ravier, who had already been convicted last February for insulting sexist activities against an ecologist in Ecologe] Secretary of State for Equality between women and women Marlene Schiappa also condemned "the vulgarity and misogyny of this tiny gentleman".
"It's a great pity that this far-right parliamentarian is unrestrained sexism," said Ian Brossat, head of the Communist Party of Europeans, who expressed "his support for Samia Ghali and all women affected by attacks of this nature."
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