Elie Brun

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Elie Brun (born 15 October 1948) is a member of the Senate of France, representing the Var department. He is a member of the Union for a Popular Movement.

In Summer 2011, a family of vacationers Bearn puts his towel in front of a private beach, but by the sea in the famous "zone of five meters" that can not be withdrawn from the public domain. The beach attendant, helped by its employees and the mayor, Elie Brun, tries to make it clear. The altercation reached serious proportions, since the mother has a fractured finger. She filed a complaint against, in particular, the mayor. The floor of Draguignan requested further information before deciding on further action. It should be possible, we hope to clarify this matter, which was recorded by the camera as the mother by a TV crew on site.

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