The keeper of the Seals donned her dress of a lawyer to ensure his own defence. Éric Dupond-Moretti, criticized by women's associations for its positions on the movement #MeToo, assured on Sunday evening on France 2 to be "feminist" and " for an absolute equality of rights of men and rights of women ". "I said that I was in for an absolute equality of rights of men and rights of women and, in particular, on the area wage, and on this question, I am a feminist, and I say to you, without having to blush, I'm a feminist ", he repeated, interviewed in the newspaper of 20 Hours on France 2.
The arrival of Eric Dupond-Moretti, place Vendôme has sparked as much surprise than concern, even of mistrust, within the judiciary and among the women's associations échaudées by his criticism of the movement #MeToo. "I said that #MeToo had liberated the word of the woman and that it was a well, I also said that it was absolutely necessary, and I wrote it, allow the women with the most timid of saying things. I said that it was necessary to condemn the bastards who were bad with women ", he added.
I want a man to take an elevator with a woman
The minister was then qualified : "But for all that, I added that justice was not on the social networks, that the canvas could not be the receptacle of those complaints, the justice had to intervene and I also said that it had happened that some men are wrongly accused ", he retorted. "I don't want to live morality as we know it in the United States (...). I want a man to take an elevator with a woman, and the war of the sexes, I find that it is useless, "he estimated, noting that" feminism, it is a very great cause, but it is wrong when it is excessive ".
Asked about the rape charge, which refers to the minister of the Interior Gérald Darmanin, Eric Dupond-Moretti has said that he will " not to know(t) not the folder Gérald Gérald Darmanin. I say that he is presumed innocent, that it is not a minor rule, it is not a rule accessory, it is the Constitution ", has he hammered. "It concerns the whole world, the presumption of innocence, and the French have a lot of trouble with it," he started.