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(en) afed.cz - Britain: the rights of migrants -- The day after the referendum on withdrawal from the EU were held in the UK anti-racism demonstration. [machine translation]

Date Fri, 1 Jul 2016 19:25:21 +0300

Hundreds of people came out on Friday, June 24th to the streets of British cities. Antiimigranskému protested against the tone of the campaign for a referendum on the performance of Britain from the European Union. In London, about four hundred demonstrators ran to a business New UK which publishes newspapers The Sun and The Times (Sun tabloid supported the withdrawal from the EU, as well as a weekend supplement of The Times, The Sunday Times). More people gathered at Downing Street. ---- One of the participants in the demonstration, triasedmdesátiletý university professor said: "The most important thing is to be against xenophobia and racism, which were fueled by both parties during the referendum campaign and spread hatred throughout the country." Other participants protest the situation after the referendum, he said: "People do not accept the lie of opinion of one party must be informed and decide for yourself. "

Police did not interfere in the protests, only oversaw.

In Edinburgh, protesters gathered in front of the Scottish Parliament under the slogan "After the referendum will protect all migrants" .

Another rally in defense of migrants held in Glasgow.

Some media labeled the protests as pro-European, but basically were directed against both parties, as evidenced by the call of the organizers: "Demonstrate against racism and for the rights of migrants against fascist violence." The referendum is a wave of racism on both sides: the campaign for withdrawal from the EU encouraged fanaticism in relation to immigrants and campaign speeches against this fanaticism echoed. In addition, anti-immigrant rhetoric did not rely primarily from the extreme right, but from conventional political parties. Far right, however, he used a more intensive dissemination of their fascist ideology and physical violence against immigrants and opponents of opinion.

Among the convener of the demonstrations included the Anarchist Federation of London.




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