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When there is a Schiappa book, it’s fine; it’s when there are eight that it becomes a problem


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The number: 8

This is the number of books written by Marlène Schiappa since she became minister. During the five-year term that is ending (2017-2022), the former Secretary of State for Equality between women and men wrote seven essays and a novel. another book, Tomorrows tasted like honey (Charleston) was published in June 2017 and was therefore probably written before he entered government. The last work, Is that a good situation, Minister? will be published in June by Éditions de l’Observatoire. She recounts her experience as a … minister. We hope this book will be as good as His way of being mine (Stock), singular novel published in 2021 and which had passed, according to Paris Match, to no less than 70 copies during its first two weeks of marketing. The French will therefore have missed out on this work where, among other things, a character from the book confuses the #MeToo movement with “Mitou, the Pakistani of the third”.

As for those who would find that, all the same, Schiappa spends a lot of time writing, the Minister for Citizenship has already answered…



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