The Secretary of State for Development, Francophonie and International Agreements of France, the Franco-Greek Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, has been accused by two people of rape During her practice as a gynecologist in Paris, sources from the French Prosecutor’s Office informed EFE.
The first accusation against the member of the President’s government, Emmanuel Macron, dates from May 25, the sources indicated, noting that two days later an investigation led by the Brigade for the Repression of Crime against People (BRDP) was opened.
“These investigations aim to determine if the reported facts are susceptible to criminal qualification,” the prosecution explained.
Likewise, another complaint for acts of rape was reported by another person on June 16. Both acts would have been committed by Zacharopoulou in her role as a gynecologist in Paris.
Zacharopoulou, 46, a former European deputy from Emmanuel Macron’s party, has led a Secretary of State under the French Foreign Ministry for a month.
The gynecologist was known for having been in charge of a treatment project on endometriosis, delivered to Macron this year.
This condition is chronic and affects 10% of women of childbearing age and causes a lot of pain during menstruation and ovulation. EFE