Benjamin Griveaux withdraws his candidacy for mayor of Paris. 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La République en Marche is still here. Benjamin Griveaux, who was standing for party of President Macron, lambasts ‘vile attacks’.Emmanuel Macron’s candidate for mayor of Paris in next month’s municipal elections has been forced to stand down after the leak of sexual images and messages online, blaming what he called “vile” attacks on his private life on social media.Benjamin Griveaux, who was standing for the president’s governing centrist La République En Marche (LREM) party, made the announcement on Friday morning less than 48 hours after the material was first posted to a website.“My family does not deserve this. 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Which marks the signing of the Korean War armistice.The prosecutor's office said Mr Pavlensky was arrested and placed in custody in central Paris over an alleged violent incident on New Years Eve.It said that Mr Griveaux had filed a complaint on Saturday afternoon for privacy violation and that an investigation has now been opened into this case.Under French law, so-called "revenge porn", or the publishing of pornographic material without a person's content, can be punished by up to two years in prison and a 60,000-euro ($65,000) fine.Mr Pavlensky is best known for works of performance art, which include nailing his scrotum to the ground in Moscow's Red Square and setting fire to a door at the headquarters of Russia's state security agency or the Bank of France.He has lived in exile in France since 2017.The politician - who Mr Pavlensky claimed to be the man in the videos posted online - supported.The French health minister, Agnes Buzyn, has been announced as the party's replacement.Independent Premium Comments can be posted by members of our membership scheme, Independent Premium.

The artist, who was granted political asylum in France, hit the headlines after setting fire to the Bank of France in Paris in 2017 and in Russia had protested against authorities by,Having extra-marital affairs or any other legal sexual relationship is not considered an obstacle to public life in.When the French press broke its omertà on this, the public was more scandalised by the fact the president had partly maintained his lover and their daughter using taxpayers’ money than by the fact he had a secret family.Hidalgo, the favourite to win the mayoral election in March, called for people’s private lives to be respected, adding: “Parisians deserve a dignified debate.”.Villani, who is facing moves to expel him from the party for standing against Griveaux, said he sent the former rival and his family “my complete and total support during this difficult time”.“The attack he has been subject to is a serious threat to our democracy,” Villani tweeted.Alexis Corbière of the hard-left La France Insoumise said he regretted the “Americanisation” of French political life in which “people have to apologise for having lovers or mistresses”.Griveaux’s lawyer, Richard Malka, warned any publication’s breaking France’s strict privacy laws would face legal action. The person who captured the phone screen on video then navigates to Benjamin Griveaux's Instagram profile page. The laws mean any intrusion into a person’s personal or “intimate” life is, in serious cases, punishable by fines and prison sentences.Olivia Grégoire, a LREM MP, told journalists outside Griveaux’s campaign headquarters that the candidate had made the decision to stand down alone.“It’s the decision of a free man.

It was published on a little-known website that alleged Mr Griveaux, 42, … Benjamin Griveaux, who was standing for party of President Macron, lambasts ‘vile attacks’ Kim Willsher in Paris Fri 14 Feb 2020 09.13 EST …