Ukraine. Ségolène Royal questions possible war crimes, Olivier Faure protests – Ouest-France

The First Secretary of the PS Olivier Faure denounced Thursday evening on Twitter the remarks of the former socialist candidate for the 2007 presidential election, Ségolène Royal, who questioned the war crimes in Ukraine, affirming that it was of “propaganda” by Volodymyr Zelensky. Denouncing “war propaganda through fear” on the part of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Ségolène Royal notably questioned, on BFMTV, the reality of “bombed maternity” in south-eastern Ukraine in March. According to her, “you can imagine that if there was the slightest victim, the slightest baby with blood, in the age of mobile phones we would have had them (the images)…”. According to her, “he used that” to interrupt the peace process. She also questioned the Boutcha massacre or “the story of child rape for seven hours under the eyes of the parents”. “It’s monstrous to go out and spread stuff like that just to disrupt the peace process,” she said. “War crimes are documented” says Olivier Faure “Peace in Ukraine is not made impossible by the victims of the invasion, but by Putin’s will to conquer!” “, reacted on Twitter the First Secretary of the PS Olivier Faure. “War crimes are documented, denying it is an insult to the murdered, the raped, the tortured! To say otherwise is propaganda! “, he continued. In another tweet, he added: “She says the reporting of crimes (which she doubts) has one purpose: to obstruct the peace process. The attacked become the warmongers. Until proven otherwise, the Ukrainians are the resisters in a war they did not choose,” he criticized. MEP Raphaël Glucksmann (Public Square), also denounced a “shipwreck. Total “. chevron_leftchevron_right