Five temperaments stand out in the cacophony of the new National Assembly

From left to right, Véronique Louwagie (LR), Charles Sitzenstuhl (Renaissance) and Hélène Laporte (RN). François BOUCHON / Sébastien SORIANO / Sébastien SORIANO

FOCUS – Among them, Hélène Laporte, the vice-president RN of the Hemicycle. A historic fact because this post had never before been entrusted to an elected member of the National Rally.

Jean-Philippe Tanguy (RN), the faithful “marinist”

Jean-Philippe Tanguy. Sébastien SORIANO / Le Figaro

It is almost 6 am, fatigue is spreading, parliamentarians have been debating the purchasing power bill all night. At the podium, the deputy National Rally (RN) Jean-Philippe Tanguy speaks under the cries of the Nupes. “Oh! But I know you have a guilty passion for me” mocks the elected official of the Somme. The tone rises, the applause RN on one side, the protest of the left on the other. To these, Tanguy thunders: “Silence! Silence for France!” ignoring the summons of the Vice-President of the Assembly who is trying to establish calm. “It came from the heartsmiles the main interested party, who sits on the finance committee. I’m pretty fiery. Maybe one day I will die on the spot. The images will have marked this first sequence of the XVI legislature. Arousing the mockery of some. «Un sketch»drops a figure of the Assembly. “It’s a mix between Chaplin, Hitler and Coluche” castigates an Insoumis deputy. And distrust…

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