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The approval of the “Principles Strengthening Respect for the Values of the Republic” by the French Constitutional Council, known as the “separatism law” and criticized for targeting Muslims, was met with reactions from different segments of the society.
In the statement made on the Twitter account of the Coordination Against Separatism Law, it was stated that the Constitutional Council “approved the law proving the Islamophobia that has become gangrene in all institutions of France”.
In the statement, it was stated that while the silence against the open attacks on the fundamental rights and freedoms of Muslims was reacted, the struggle against the law would be carried out through constitutional mechanisms.
French political scientist Professor Philippe Marlière, a member of University College London in England, also reminded that the Constitutional Council approved a law attacking freedoms.
Marlière, “But nobody cared because the law stigmatized Muslims. There will be no one to protest on the streets.” used the expression.
Independent researcher Mathieu Rigouste emphasized that the separatist law “identifies with the racist laws in the history of capitalism and deepens the racist social system.”
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Sociologist and writer Kaoutar Harchi reminded that President Emmanuel Macron will enact the law after the Council’s approval.
Expressing that the law considers “Muslims an unmanageable group”, Karchi said, “The law seeks to neutralize Muslims, Islamophobic engineering and violence.”
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In the statement made by the Movement Against Islamophobia, it was emphasized that the law was approved under great silence.
The statement, “Do our country’s highest judicial authorities still protect the freedom of believers?” The question was asked.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE LAW?
France, which has the largest Muslim population in Europe, has been criticized for interfering in the lives of Muslims with the law called “Principles Strengthening Respect for the Values of the Republic”.
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The law includes measures to ensure the “religious neutrality” of public officials while moving the homeschooling practice from the system that considers the declaration of families sufficient to the system that requires the permission of the authorities.
The law also includes articles that penalize hate crimes committed on the Internet, aim to protect public officials and teachers, and the “more transparent” management of venues’ finances, as well as elements related to the fight against chastity certificates, polygamy and forced marriages.
The Constitutional Council approved the law, the final version of which was adopted by the Parliament on July 23, today, except for Article 2.