The law banning the ostentatious wearing of religious symbols in French public schools Added:12.2. 2004
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The law banning the ostentatious wearing of religious symbols in French public schools

The French National Assembly approved the vast majority of 10th Feb. law that prohibits the wearing of ostentatious religious symbols in public schools. The law still must be approved by senators, to come into force should be in September.

The French National Assembly approved the vast majority of 10th Feb. law that prohibits the wearing of ostentatious religious symbols in public schools. The law still must be approved by senators, to come into force should be in September. It is directed primarily against the Muslim minority, which is a highly criticized. He would disrupt relations between Christians and Muslims. The government, which proposed him, but the defense is that it is designed to help protect the secular nature of public education.

The law does not explicitly say what should not be worn in public schools, the ban is likely to include Muslim headscarves, Jewish skullcaps and large Christian crosses. Specific application of new standards is in a circular to clarify the school education minister Luc Ferry.

If the student does not respect the law, may be expelled from school. Any sanction but must be preceded by dialogue with the student.

Source: ČTK, www.lidovky.cz




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