Sunday, August 16, 2015

Canteens: A member wants to mandate a vegetarian menu – L’Express

He sees the menu “the most secular of all.” On Thursday, the Administrative Court rejected the interlocutory Dijon challenging the decision of Chalon-sur-Saône mayor to remove pork alternative menus in canteens of his city. The decision, widely welcomed right who saw it as a “victory of secularism”, however, bristling with many politicians.

So the UDI deputy mayor of Montereau-Fault-Yonne (Seine-et-Marne), Yves Jégo, if it is immediately moved. “I’m going to file a bill. (…) We must make compulsory in school canteens as an alternative to meals served a vegetarian meal without meat or fish,” has launched the vice president of the centrist party Friday on BFM TV.

The idea has already won Perpignan, Toulouse and Pau

This will allow children “who for medical reasons, for ethical reasons, for reasons Religious do not want to eat meat because this because it (…) not to stigmatize them, “he further explained. “It’s simple, and this ensures protein intake,” he finally concluded the parliamentary, which has already launched an online petition.

The idea had already won town halls (Republicans) Perpignan and Toulouse, which respectively in June and July decided not to serve pork alternative menu and offer a vegetarian menu. The president of the Modem, Francois Bayrou, to meanwhile indicated last March that he was working on the idea of ​​a vegetarian menu in his hometown of Pau.


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