Pierre-Jean Chalençon, who runs the luxury Palais Vivienne event venue in the centre of Paris (pictured),  retracted the claim ministers were involved. Photo: AFP Pierre-Jean Chalençon, who runs the luxury Palais Vivienne event venue in the centre of Paris (pictured),  retracted the claim ministers were involved. Photo: AFP
Pierre-Jean Chalençon, who runs the luxury Palais Vivienne event venue in the centre of Paris (pictured), retracted the claim ministers were involved. Photo: AFP

Outrage in France at claims elite dine at ‘secret restaurants’ during lockdown

  • TV report about secret meals in luxury restaurants despite the coronavirus pandemic causing an uproar in France
  • French authorities are investigating, and government members scrambled to insist they’re behaving properly.

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Pierre-Jean Chalençon, who runs the luxury Palais Vivienne event venue in the centre of Paris (pictured),  retracted the claim ministers were involved. Photo: AFP Pierre-Jean Chalençon, who runs the luxury Palais Vivienne event venue in the centre of Paris (pictured),  retracted the claim ministers were involved. Photo: AFP
Pierre-Jean Chalençon, who runs the luxury Palais Vivienne event venue in the centre of Paris (pictured), retracted the claim ministers were involved. Photo: AFP
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