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A picture taken on July 14, 2018 shows French President Emmanuel Macron (R) walking ahead of then top security aide Alexandre Benalla at the end of the Bastille Day military parade in Paris. French President Macron, trying to curb the most damaging scandal of his presidency so far, on July 20, 2018 fired a top security aide who has been taken into custody after videos emerged showing him strike a young man during a demonstration in Paris in May. The Elysee Palace said that Alexandre Benalla, 26, would be dismissed after "new elements" emerged in the case, namely that he is suspected of unlawfully receiving police surveillance footage in a bid to clear his name. A source close to the inquiry said that three police officers, including two high-ranking officials, have been suspended on suspicion of providing the footage to Benalla. He is facing charges of violence by a public official, impersonating a police officer and complicity in unauthorised use of surveillance footage, the Paris prosecutor's office said.
PHILIPPE WOJAZER / POOL / AFP
 

L'étau se resserre autour du président de la République, resté muet depuis le début de l'affaire Benalla mercredi. Une stratégie incompréhensible pour l'opposition alors que l'affaire ne cesse de prendre de l'ampleur.

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