The mayor of Brussels and vice-president of the PS explains that the left will demonstrate on Sunday against anti-Semitism, with the Coordination Committee of Jewish organizations in Belgium. The president of the Belgian League against Anti-Semitism? “A character who comes from the hard right. » Article reserved for subscribers Journalist at the Powers pole By David Coppi Published on 5/12/2023 at 6:42 p.m. Reading time: 2 min
Philippe Close, mayor of Brussels and vice-president of the PS, specifies what his party’s attitude will be towards the march against anti-Semitism next Sunday.
Will the socialists march on Sunday?
Of course. Anti-Semitism is our fight, who can doubt it? See for example the work accomplished by Caroline Désir as Minister of Education, and the teaching of what the Shoah was. I had declared that the Jews were afraid in our country… The left is there to say that we are vigilant. We will not allow ourselves to be drawn into divisions as was the case in France. We will be there alongside the organizers of the CCOJB, the Coordinating Committee of Jewish Organizations in Belgium. Paul Magnette will be present. I, as police chief, must remain in reserve.
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