Sport Burkini at the pool. A letter from the Defender of Rights relaunches the debate

21:20  27 january  2021
21:20  27 january  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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La Défenseure des droits estime que le burkini « conçu pour la baignade » ne nuit « ni à la sécurité, ni à l’hygiène des baigneuses » de la base de loisirs de Jablines-Anet (Seine-et-Marne).  © Anoek DE GROOT / AFP The Defender of Rights considers that the burkini “designed for swimming” does not harm “neither the safety nor the hygiene of bathers” in the Jablines-Anet leisure center (Seine-et-Marne).

The regulations of the Jablines-Anet leisure center (Seine-et-Marne), prohibiting bathing for clothed persons, is considered discriminatory by the Defender of Rights. The case scandalizes the right.

As the National Assembly is due to revisit the consideration of the anti-separatism bill on Monday February 1, the debate on wearing the burkini at the swimming pool resurfaces.

It was a letter sent by the services of the

Defender of rights on December 22 to the Jablines-Anet leisure center ( Seine-et-Marne ) that lit the fuse. The internal regulations of the base, placed under the authority of the Ile-de-France region, stipulate that "dressed people" are "refused access to water for reasons of security ”.

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In his letter, George-Pau Langevin, assistant to the Defender of Rights Claire Hedon, considers that this

“ban on burkini within the leisure center is likely to constitute discrimination” . Problem: it is based on a complaint from the Collectif contre l'Islamophobie en France (CCIF), dating back to 2019. However, this collective, accused by the government of propagating "consistently an Islamist propaganda action", was dissolved on December 2, 2020, following the assassination of Professor Samuel Paty . The Charter of Values ​​of the Republic invoked

The Region invokes the Charter of Values ​​of the Republic and secularism. In force since 2017, this document prevents

“users of regional public services” from adopting behavior likely to infringe “hygiene and safety rules” or likely to “disturb public order ".

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The Defender of Rights believes, for her part, that the burkini is

"precisely designed for swimming" . And that "neither the safety nor the hygiene of bathers appear threatened".

PJL Separatism: I will table an amendment to definitively ban the wearing of the

#burkini on beaches and in French swimming pools!

I want our country to stay true to what it has always been, for France to remain France

@CNEWS pic.twitter.com/amu38ensdG - Eric Ciotti (@ECiotti)

January 26, 2021

L ' case, revealed by

Le Figaro , immediately aroused a bronca on the right. Starting with LR president of the Ile-de-France regional council, Valérie Pécresse, who calls for "the ban on the forced veil in public space" . The services of the defender of rights "have lost the sense of reality and reverse the reasoning", considers it.

The LR deputy for the Alpes-Maritimes Éric Ciotti immediately followed suit. He indicates that he will table an amendment to the

bill consolidating the principles of the Republic for "definitively prohibiting the wearing of the burkini on beaches and in French swimming pools" .

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