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Francois, shut up!

 

Francois, shut up!

Francois Holland, shut up!

Francois Holland, shut up!

The law of separation of church and state in France dates from December 1905 . Since that date, no official French discourse refers to the religion. François Hollande , President of the French secular republic , has allowed the “luxury” we ” remember” the compatibility of Islam and democracy . This unfortunate and unfair intrusion into the affairs of Tunisia is an insult to the Republic and the struggles of civil society and the Democrats in this country to give Tunisia a civil constitution that is closest and most consistent with the laws and universal principles.The  french president came out of his duty of neutrality to be on the side of a political party at the expense of all others, it has not complied with the will of a majority of the Tunisian people who works for secularism and freedom of conscience . As a free and democratic citizen, I denounced in the strongest terms the irresponsible attitude of the French President and I call the French and Tunisian democrats reacted with the same firmness !

Ali Gannoun ,  professor  at the University of Montpellier

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This entry was posted on 08/02/2014 by in Kolonialism, Politikk, Religion, Ytringsfrihet and tagged , , , .
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