Expression. A rally against “the government of shame” at the call of the Observatory of sexist and sexual violence in politics will take place in Paris at 6 p.m. Place Saint-Augustin to protest against the maintenance of Damien Abad, accused of rape by two women , to the government. The new Minister of Solidarity held a brief press conference on Monday where he assured that he had “never raped any woman”. “All my sexual encounters have always been mutually consensual. I have never raped any woman,” he added, citing “a deep wound” for him and those around him.

Legislative. Jean-Luc Mélenchon will be traveling in Meurthe-et-Moselle. The rebel and headliner of the New People’s Ecological and Socialist Union (Nupes), who dreams of becoming Prime Minister after the legislative elections, supported local candidates Caroline Fiat and his deputy Julien Hézard.

Justice. The Paris Court of Appeal is due to rule on Tuesday on the dismissal for “rape” ordered in December by an investigating judge in favor of director Luc Besson, an emblematic case of the era

Strike. Traffic will still be disrupted this Tuesday on the RATP bus and tram networks in Île-de-France. The metros and RER are not affected. Traffic on certain bus lines will be interrupted and open lines will have “on average two out of three buses” in circulation “with variations depending on the sector”, RATP said in a statement on Sunday. Of the eight tram lines that the company operates in the Paris region, five will be affected by this social movement: T1, T2, T3a and T3b.