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Woman holds board of directors reading “Government is drinking my blood” as women’s rights activists protest against French President Emmanuel Macron’s appointment of interior minister accused of rape and minister of Justice who criticized the #MeToo movement, in front of Paris city hall, in Paris, France, Friday July 10, 2020. The French government has declared that it remains committed to gender equality and has defended the new ministers, emphasizing the presumption of innocence. Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin firmly denies the rape charge and an investigation is underway. The new Minister of Justice Eric Dupond-Moretti is a lawyer who defended a member of the government accused of rape and sexual assault, and ridiculed the women who spoke through the #MeToo movement.

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