Concerned Christians stigmatization of migrants
The document is intended as much to Christians and politicians, and his presentation, Thursday, May 24, owes nothing to chance. "It falls between the presidential and legislative elections, it is an opportunity for us to remind elected officials that they can not say anything about immigration issues," said François Relieves, president of Catholic Relief Caritas France. Its association with a dozen other Catholic and Protestant movements supported by the bishops signed a booklet Meet the brother from elsewhere (here in PDF), marking the commitment of Christians to "another look at the migration. "
This approach is not new and arguments, "based on the Gospel," classics in 2010, these same actors were mobilized against the bill on Immigration Eric Besson. This time, the "emergency" is in part dictated by the Catholic vote in the first round of presidential elections, according to Patrick Peugeot, presidential.