JUSTICE The State Council on Thursday examined the request of the League of Human Rights rights (LDH) and the Collective against Islamophobia in France (CCIF) against the order said “anti-burkini” made by the mayor of Villeneuve-Loubet …
The order said “anti-burkini” taken by the mayor of Villeneuve-Loubet is it legal? The Council of State must answer this difficult question. The public hearing which began on Thursday to 15 hours in Paris ended a little over an hour later. A hearing that you also could keep up with tweets from our reporter on site Thibaut Le Gal.
A query of two associations
Three judges examined the petition filed by the League of human rights (LDH) and the Collective against Islamophobia in France (CCIF). The highest French administrative court will deliver its verdict Friday to 15 hours
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The two associations call the emergency suspension of a ban on Burkini decided by Lionel Luca, Mayor (LR) of Villeneuve-Loubet (French Riviera), but this is actually the legality of the arrested thirty similar municipal taken in France this summer is in.
the place the hearing
“We will call you to abstract the political controversy” and the context “extremely tense” asked Mr. Patrice Spinosi, who spoke first on behalf of LDH.
me Sefen Guez Guez, the lawyer CFIC then took the floor.
then the lawyer of the town of Villeneuve-Loubet spoke.
the Department of Interior intervened.
the arrested without mentioning the term “burkini” require the wearing outfits on beaches friendly “morality and secularism” or banish them outfits “protester ostentatiously religious affiliation.” But it is the swimwear covering the body from head to ankles, worn by some Muslim women, who are referred to in the statements of many councilors.