January 30, 2012 12:00 AM
Perol case continues to unleash passions. Laws, the National Assembly soon lois, le AssemblÃ©e nationale vite lors de l' audition de le prÃ©sident de la Commission de dÃ©ontologie, Olivier Fouquet, par la commission des de l' montÃ© at the hearing of the President of the Commission on ethics, Olivier Fouquet, by the commission of des de l' montÃ© of the de l' montÃ© mounted Tense and anxious to regain his bearings, Olivier Fouquet began the hearing by a big anger, declaring "scandalised" by the letter March 4 members of the Commission of ethics by the Socialists Arnaud Montebourg and Michel FIR directing them to take a position. "Is that in Soviet countries that happens so", he launched, is drawing some boos.
Marked by the case, he did not directly implicated the Elysee but regretted for accepting too readily to give informal notice by mail. As much that it was little appreciated that his letter has been delivered to press in the wake. "If I were smart, I I would have not sent it", he acknowledged. The MP PS RenÃ© RosiÃ¨re described his behaviour of "light". Olivier Fouquet recalled that the commission would have liked to be invited to decide "when there is a doubt, it is preferable that the person concerned understands" and found that its members had considered Wednesday a collective resignation before surrender to avoid a vacancy which could encourage new abuse. An argument that has little satisfied.
A "legal death angle".
PS members benefited to castigate the attitude of the Elysee Palace. "The commission has been the subject of enormous pressure power." "The Presidency of the Republic is in a position to abuse of power characterized", insisted Arnaud Montebourg. "It is a matter of State." The State provides money, Assistant Secretary General of the Elysee Palace organizes itself the merger, and then became the pattern, note the MP Alain Vidalies. The refusal of FranÃ§ois PÃ©rol the Commission is undeniably a current suspicion engine. Yet he would have interest to do so, otherwise the matter will end up necessarily in criminal by trade unions or other.
Banks Epargne CGT already signified his intention to seize justice. Meanwhile, former Prime Minister Alain Juppe (UMP) held yesterday on Europe 1 that "there are rules and procedures" and that a referral to the commission would "completely clarify the debate".
Hearing yesterday will be especially to highlight the shortcomings of the law of 1993 on the revolving doors. Its amendment, in 2007, resulted in a paradoxical and unmanageable situation, it is defended Olivier Fouquet. "On the merits, the commission cannot take a position on the mandatory or not the referral before having heard the case." "If there is a gap, it is a gap in the law," he said. FranÃ§ois PÃ©rol believing that his appointment is not in the case of compulsory referral he served in writing on 23 February to Olivier Fouquet , the commission is reduced to the rank of spectator because they could be put.
"Fill this legal blind and avoid other polemics and destabilization attempts", Jean-Luc Wasmann (UMP), President of the commission of the laws, announced that it will introduce a bill authorizing the Committee on professional conduct to be put "in the coming days". It also plans to set a list of strategic positions for which the referral would be automatically binding. But this text would not be retroactive virtue and therefore did not require FranÃ§ois PÃ©rol to spend before the commission.