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Éric Dupond-Moretti “opposite BFM”: the minister is a guest at the debriefing of the show on Twitch
After the show it’s now time for the debriefing on BFMTV on Twitch with our journalists Athénaïs Keller and Laurent Neumann and in the presence of the Minister of Justice. Respond and ask your questions to our journalists and the Minister of Justice.
Éric Dupond-Moretti on Emmanuel Macron: “when he announces his candidacy, I will campaign for President of the Republic”
The Minister of Justice assured on BFMTV that he will support the head of state if he decides to submit his candidacy for his re-election to the presidency of the Republic.
“If he announces his candidacy, I will campaign for the President of the Republic,” the minister replied, “I will do everything to help him if he asks me to.”
Dupond-Moretti acknowledged a “punishment” after the failure of LaREM at the regionals in the Hauts-de-France
Second on the majority list for the regional elections in Hauts-de-France, Eric Dupond-Moretti admitted he was “beaten” after the low score on Laurent Pietrazewski’s list.
“I think I was sincere,” the minister said, noting that “the victorious battles are not necessarily the most beautiful”.
“I want to drive the National Front out of these countries,” said Eric Dupond-Moretti, labeling the party “dangerous and deadly”.
‘Racist, denigrationist and convicted of inciting racial hatred’: Dupond-Moretti sues Zemmour
Éric Dupond-Moretti, questioned about Éric Zemmour, responded to the words of the polemicist who criticizes the Sandler family’s choice to bury their children in Israel, victims of Mohammed Merah.
“I hope some will open their eyes,” said the justice minister. The former lawyer for Abdelkader Merah (the terrorist’s brother, NLDR) described Eric Zemmour as “racist, denialist”, while recalling that he had been convicted of inciting racial hatred.
On the Sarah Halimi Affair: “Don’t Judge Someone Who Willfully, Voluntarily Uses Narcotics” […] this is no longer possible”
Questioned about the Sarah Halimi affair and the issue of criminal liability, the justice minister called for “distinguishing between endogenous and exogenous causes”.
“I don’t think we can judge the insane,” estimated Eric Dupond-Moretti, who says he’s ashamed of the fact that he “shouldn’t judge someone who intentionally, voluntarily uses narcotics that cause a psychiatric felony.” […] this is no longer possible.”
Éric Dupond-Moretti: “My goal is to reduce the probationary period from 18 to 6 months in three years”
Faced with the slowness of the justice system that he has recognized on our plateau, Eric Dupond-Moretti has set himself the goal of “reducing trial time from 18 to 6 months in three years”. More than 1.3 million cases are awaiting trial in France.
“It’s true, it’s indisputable”: Éric Dupond-Moretti recognizes the slowness of the French justice
The Justice Minister aroused the French’s mistrust of the judicial institution, a mistrust that he said was expressed on “three points”, namely the slowness of the justice system, its complexity and juvenile justice.
On the first point, Éric Dupond-Moretti acknowledged the slowness of the French justice system: “it is true, it is undeniable”.
“Not at all”: Eric Dupond-Moretti says he never thought of resigning from ministry
The keeper of the seals says he never dreamed of resigning from the government, even when he was charged by the Court of Justice of the Republic for wrongfully taking interests.
“If I had wanted to resign, I would have resigned,” said Eric Dupond-Moretti.
“I don’t forbid myself”: Eric Dupond-Moretti doesn’t rule out wearing the lawyer dress again
Are you sure you put the dress away? The arrival of Eric Dupond-Moretti at the Ministry of Justice in July 2020 ended the career of one of France’s most famous lawyers. However, the one nicknamed Acquitator (referring to the many acquittals he’s received, editor’s note) doesn’t rule out a return to the bar.
“I don’t forbid myself anything and I don’t say anything about my future anymore,” the minister replied to Bruce Toussaint who questioned him about the future of his professional career.
Éric Dupond Moretti calls for simplification of legal procedures: “I am for legislative degrowth”
The Minister of Justice says he is in favor of simplifying procedures to shorten the waiting time for court decisions.
“I am for legislative degrowth,” declared Éric Dupond-Moretti.
Éric Dupond-Moretti: “I have done everything I can to reconcile the police unions and the legal system of our country”
Asked about the police demonstration held in Paris last May after the death of police officer Éric Masson in Avignon, Eric Dupond-Moretti said he had done everything he could to defend the judicial institution, “in the same boat as Republican” than the police.
“I have done everything I can to reconcile the police unions and the justice of our country,” assured the justice minister, who finds it “dangerous to say that what is happening is the fault of justice”.
“In reality, prosecutors, police and gendarmes work well together,” said the justice minister.
When asked about the Rayanne affair, Dupond-Moretti denounces a “fait-diversenne” perception of justice
Eric Dupond-Moretti declined to comment on the Rayanne case, a lawsuit in which a young man was sentenced to a citizenship internship after attacking firefighters by stealing equipment from them. A story that took place this weekend in Île-de-France and read here.
“The Diversified Perception of Justice” […] is not a good way to consider this existential issue of laxity,” explained Justice Eric Dupond-Moretti.
“A man who, despite his illness, had a remarkable dignity”: Éric Dupond-Moretti pays tribute to Bernard Tapie
The Justice Minister praised the memory of Bernard Tapie, who died last Sunday after a long period of cancer, “a man confronted with the disease was of remarkable dignity”.
“No comment from me”: Eric Dupond-Moretti refuses to speak about Nicolas Sarkozy .’s conviction
The Justice Minister did not want to respond to our antenna on the conviction of Nicolas Sarkozy in the Bygmalion affair.
Éric Dupond-Moretti admits a “mistake” after the hostage situation in Condé-sur-Sarthe prison
The Justice Minister returned to the hostage situation that took place in Condé-sur-Sarthe on Tuesday, in which two supervisors were detained by a detainee.
“Obviously there was an error because a man is armed and holding members of the government hostage,” Eric Dupond-Moretti told BFMTV.
“There is no zero risk, and prison staff are well aware of that,” the justice minister continued.
Éric Dupond-Moretti against BFM, it’s now
The Minister of Justice is immediately a guest at Face à BFM.
“We avoided the worst”: Dupond-Moretti went to the prison of Condé-sur-Sarthe this afternoon
The show comes after an eventful day for Eric Dupond-Moretti, who travels to the prison of Condé-sur-Sarthe (Orne). A prisoner assaulted and held two guards hostage for several hours, before departing in the early afternoon.
The minister visited the scene in the middle of the afternoon. He spoke to staff mobilized during the hostage crisis in this prison, one of the safest in France.
“We avoided the worst,” Eric Dupond-Moretti noted, congratulating several employees. One of them told him that the hostage-taker had confused claims and used a knife he “crafted himself”.
One of the two monitors was injured in the right eye and has been taken care of by a doctor and a psychologist, the Justice Department said. The detainee was not injured, according to the same source.
Several themes on the program tonight
During this program, the Minister of Justice will be interviewed by journalists from BFMTV and RMC on various topics:
- “Laxe Justice?”, with Apolline de Malherbe
- “Éric Dupond-Moretti, the Man”, with Bruce Toussaint
- “Local Justice”, with Cécile Danré
- “The Questions of the French”, with Roselyne Dubois
- “Political interview”, with Philippe Corbé
Julien Mielcarek, digital editor BFMTV-RMC will also intervene on set to relay comments on social networks and interrogate Eric Dupond-Moretti during the show. You can ask your questions on Twitter with the hashtag #FaceaBFM or by email to the address FACEABFM@bfmtv.fr
Eric Dupond-Moretti guest at “Face à BFM” from 20:50
Hello everyone and welcome to this live dedicated to “Face à BFM”, your political event presented by Maxime Switek, hosting Eric Dupond-Moretti this evening.
What are the results for the majority, a few months before the first round of the 2022 presidential election? Where are the “State General of Justice” desired by Emmanuel Macron? What reform for the judicial institution? So many questions about which the Minister of Justice will be questioned.
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