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Chrysoula Zacharopoulou: The gynecologist - Deputy Minister of Macron, is accused of raping a woman

 Chrysoula Zacharopoulou has a rich biography in relation to her work in the European Parliament - She left her position to join the Macron government.

Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, Deputy Minister of Development, French and International Cooperation of the Macron government, is in the crosshairs of the investigation after the accusations against her for rape.

Her alleged acts were allegedly committed in the context of his duties as a gynecologist. According to Marianne, an investigation has been launched by the Paris prosecutor's office.

According to information cited by Marianne, two allegations of rape have been filed against 46-year-old Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, with the first complaint being made on May 25. The Paris prosecutor's office told Marianne that an investigation was launched two days later, on May 27, to "determine whether the facts are criminal." According to information confirmed by the prosecutor's office, the second lawsuit was filed on June 16, while both incidents allegedly took place "in a medical environment" in 2016 against an adult woman.

Chrysoula Zacharopoulou joined Elizabeth Bourne's government on May 20th. She has been a Member of the European Parliament since July 2, 2019, a position she left to join the government. She is credited with working hard to recognize endometriosis as a major condition, with a special report she submitted to the French President himself on January 11, 2022.

For the time being, the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, to which Ms. Zacharopoulou belongs, has not commented on the accusations.

Ms. Zacharopoulou is the second French government minister to be charged with rape. He was preceded in death by Damien Abad, the Minister for Solidarity and People with Disabilities, who was accused immediately after taking office of raping two women in late 2010 and early 2011. He denied the allegations, citing a rare illness that renders him physically incapable of committing the crimes for which he is charged.

Who is Chrysoula Zacharopoulou?

Chrysoula Zacharopoulou, a distinguished gynecologist originally from Corinth, took an important position in the French government regarding the issues of Development, Francophonie and International Partnerships, while she is attached to the Minister of Europe and Foreign Affairs.

She is the daughter of Nikos Zacharopoulos, former deputy mayor of the municipality of Sikyonia in Corinth and declares herself "deeply European".

Ms. Zacharopoulou has studied in Italy and for years worked at a University Hospital in Paris.

In her political career, Chr. Zacharopoulou has also served as Vice-Chair of the EP Development Committee. In addition to her participation in parliamentary committees, she was a member of the EP delegation to the ACP-EU Joint Parliamentary Assembly.

He has also been a member of the MEPs on cancer, the European Parliament cross-party group on cancer, the European Parliament cross-party group on LGBT rights and a member of the European Parliament cross-party group on Disability and the cross-party group on prosperity. and animal conservation.

In November 2021, the European Union Foreign Affairs Council ratified Josep Borrell's proposal and appointed Zacharopoulou as the key figure in strengthening coordination between EU Member States and accelerating efforts to share COVID vaccine doses. -19, especially in Africa.

In December, he accompanied European Council President Charles Michel and French Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs Jean-Yves Le Drian on official trips to Senegal.

In the past, she was honored by the former President of France, Fran├žois Hollande, with the title of "Knight of the National Order of Value", for her contribution to medical issues and especially to the issue of endometriosis.

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