Quatorze partis politiques lancent un appel contre l’antisémitisme
The National Gathering was not invited by the PS to sign this appeal. Non-signatory, insubordinate France denounces through Mélenchon a “gross provocation”.
While antisemitic threats and violence increased by 74 percent last year, fourteen parties on Thursday launched an appeal against anti-Semitism, according to a statement from the PS. In addition to the Socialist Party, The Republic on the Move, Republicans, MoDem, EELV and the PCF also signed this appeal. “The call to the union against anti-Semitism”, initiated by the first secretary of the PS Olivier Faure, invites the French to meet everywhere in France, and in particular place of the Republic in Paris Tuesday at 19 hours.
“We bring different orientations to the public debate, but we have the Republic in common. And we will never accept the trivialization of hatred. That’s why we call on all French people to come together in all the cities of France to say together: No, anti-Semitism is not France! “Says the text. “Antisemitic acts have dramatically increased during the year 2018. That’s enough! “, Also proclaim the signatories.
The National Gathering was not invited to sign the PS text. And, asked, “Jean-Luc Mélenchon did not answer,” according to the entourage of Olivier Faure. On Twitter, the leader of the Insoumis denounced a “gross provocation of the PS that separates us from the march against anti-Semitism.” “The Jewish Defense League had done the same with the Knoll march (note: a white march organized last year in tribute to Mireille Knoll). The fight against anti-Semitism deserves better than political maneuvers, “he added.
Tous ensemble pour dire que l’antisémitisme tue. Qu’il n’est pas l’affaire des juifs mais de toute la nation. Grand rassemblement mardi 19 février 19:00 place de la République. Merci de RT. #çasuffit pic.twitter.com/GPO8Yov7Tq— Olivier Faure (@faureolivier) February 14, 2019