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(en) France, Alternative Libertair #222 - Saint Bernard: A legacy that divides (fr) [machine translation]

Date Tue, 18 Dec 2012 09:52:00 +0200

On 23 August 1996, 300 people (men, women and children), undocumented, were dislodged by the CRS of the Church of St. Bernard in Paris, an ax and tear gas. This year's commemoration was celebrated in relative confusion with two separate calls.
The parade had so far a slogan: " Regularization of all undocumented by a card of 10 years . " But on September 1, 2012, another sound is heard with a demand regularization of workers only. Problem, several political organizations (including Libertarian Alternative) signed two texts calling for a demonstration, but the public version was changed between the call and return to the signatories. The organizations present at the UCIJ (Union against Immigration disposable) clearly stated that the slogan of the protest September 1 had nothing to do with the anniversary of St. Bernard. These practices coupled with the UCIJ inaccuracies - including the sequence of events - attest to real divisions within the movement through the struggle movement. To be convinced, it was enough to see the first of September, many of undocumented group were not present and some that were (or collective Vitry CSP seventeenth example) are not in agreement with the line miltants some CGT. This obsession to be on a specific line for the struggle of undocumented shows that they do not want to know the status of other undocumented young adults such as the homeless and often educated in Paris. The majority of them can not register or alternating training since the administration did everything for applications from unaccompanied minors fail. These young people may not occupy their schools (as they have been suggested) they are not.

Continuous evictions
All these tensions fall badly for the movement, but rather well for the government. It has already announced the color. He will lead a relentless struggle against the illegal employment sectors. This means that administrative controls more systematic facilitated by the new text custody of sixteen hours for undocumented migrants. For a resistance can oppose it, it must already overcome divisions that cleave UCIJ. All those who work around these issues (RESF of associations defending Roma) must unite to speak with one voice and bring their claims against capitalism that creates more disposable workforce for this battle, especially on the reform of the Code of Entry and Stay of Aliens and Asylum (Ceseda) already postponed several times and announced by the government in 2013, we have split out of the struggles of rights without migrants to demand the regularization of all and all undocumented by a map of ten years. We must clearly reaffirm the equality of rights between French and immigrant. Let us put on the government land.

Christmas (AL Montreuil)
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