Former French Justice Minister Christiane Taubira speaks at a campus of the New York University on January 29, 2016, in New York. Taubira quit in protest over the government's efforts to strip convicted French-born terrorists of their citizenship if they have a second nationality. Taubira, popular among the ruling Socialists of President Francois Hollande but a target of criticism from right-wing politicians, tweeted: "Sometimes to resist means staying, sometimes resisting means leaving." Jewel Samad / AFP

Dans une longue tribune publiée sur Facebook, Christiane Taubira dénonce « ceux qui vocifèrent sans respect des larmes », en privilégiant « leurs intérêts partisans ou leur impatience à s’emparer du pouvoir d’État ».