More on allegations of bad behaviour by male politicians in France:
Speaking about all the recent accusations, Le Foll cautioned male politicians to watch their behavior and "the attitude that politicians should have in all contexts where they exercise their responsibility. There needs to be vigilance."
Female politicians have taken to French airwaves this week to say that the alleged acts aren't isolated incidents and to describe sexism in politics, especially toward aides or other subordinates.
Some say the outrage over the latest scandals suggests change may finally be in the air.
"There's increasing awareness," largely thanks to a growing number of women in public office, said Genevieve Couraud, a former politician who leads a group fighting violence against women called Assemblee des Femmes (Assembly of Women). "We're bringing morality to political life."