Nwe don’t know Damien Abad. We don’t know anything about who he is or what he did or didn’t do. We only know what two women accuse him of – that he raped them – and what he defends himself from: having done nothing of the kind and being, moreover, because of his disability, quite unable to do it.
Was it necessary to appoint him minister? Should he resign or should we resign him? Precautionary principle that would lead to his exclusion or presumption of innocence that would plead for his ministerial retention until justice has ruled? These are very formidable questions that the political struggle pollutes, as it often does. Arguments are presented as evidence, which, however, are not.
Thus, the most widespread and also the simplest, the one avanc…
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