The President of the Senate, Gérard Larcher, asked Senator Joël Guerriau (Horizons) on Monday, November 20 to “withdraw from all activities related to his mandate”after the indictment of the parliamentarian suspected of having drugged a deputy with a view to ___ually assaulting her.

“It is now up to Mr. Joël Guerriau to take his responsibilities, while waiting for the justice and police services to clarify the facts”estimates the presidency of the Senate in a press release, emphasizing “the extreme seriousness of the facts alleged against the senator and (THE) principle of dignity which attaches to the exercise of the parliamentary mandate”. Mr. Larcher more particularly invited Mr. Guerriau “to resign from his functions as secretary of the Senate office and vice-chairman of the foreign affairs committee”.

Loire-Atlantique senator Joël Guerriau, 66, was indicted on Friday evening, suspected of having drugged Sandrine Josso, 48, elected MP (MoDem) from the same department, without her knowledge, on the night of Tuesday in Wednesday. with a view to ___ually assaulting him, accusations denied by his lawyer.

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Suspended by his party and his parliamentary group

Samples revealed the presence in the victim’s body of ecstasy, a drug also found during a search of Mr. Guerriau’s home. He was therefore also indicted for “use and possession of narcotics”, and placed under judicial supervision, with a ban on going to the MP’s home.

At the same time, political sanctions quickly fell against Mr. Guerriau, suspended on Saturday in turn by his political party Horizons, then by his parliamentary group (Les Indépendants), both of which opened disciplinary procedures which could lead to his exclusion. .

The president of the communist group in the Senate, Cécile Cukierman, approved Gérard Larcher’s request. “In order for the investigation to proceed peacefully, out of respect for the complainant and out of respect for the institution, the withdrawal is appropriate. “It’s the least we can do, without prejudging the results of the investigation.”she says.

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Le Monde with AFP

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