mercredi, novembre 30, 2005

Les "émeutes" de Paris....on CNN


Matignon veut redorer son blason
http://www.radio-canada.ca/nouvelles/
International/2005/11/29/007-France-
Violence-medias.shtml

Pour lire l'entrevue avec de Villepin sur CNN au complet:
http://edition.cnn.com/2005/WORLD/
europe/11/29/devillepin.text/



De très bonnes questions de la part de CNN. À Lire!
Extraits:
"Interviewer: You know, many people, after hurricane Katrina struck the United States said, that it exposed the poverty and racism that exist in the United States. Many people in France said that ... around the world said it. Many people also said that the riots in the ghettos if you like... in the suburbs ...
De Villepin: I am not sure you can call them riots. It's very different from the situation you have known in 1992 in L.A. for example. You had at that time 54 people that died, and you had 2,000 people wounded. In France during the 2 weeks period of unrest, nobody died in France. So, I think you can't compare this social unrest with any kind of riots.
Interviewer: What do you call it then?
De Villepin: Social unrest, you have to understand also, there were no guns in the streets. No adults; mostly young people between 12 and 20 ... so it is very special movement.
...
Interviewer: Is that like positive discrimination? Is that affirmative action?
De Villepin: No, there is a difference between... what we stand for in our republic, which is: equal chances and affirmative action. Affirmative action is mainly aimed in taking into account the race and the religion. In our republic: everybody is equal and we don't want to take into account the color of the skin or the religion. But we want to take into account the difficulty that one may have. So we want to help the individuals on the basis of their own difficulties. That's why we are going to have an important program in order to help more this neighborhood that has been facing difficulties in terms of education for example. That means we are going to help all the different schools in these neighborhoods, in order to help all the young people that maybe cannot master as well the French language or do have problems in schools. It means very intense program in order to give them equal chances.
Interviewer: How can you help these people if you do not take into account that they are discriminated against because of their color.

1 Comments:

Blogger Laza said...

voici l'article du Monde sur le même sujet.
http://www.lemonde.fr/web/article/0,1-0@2-3224,
36-715873@51-704172,0.html

2:39 PM, décembre 01, 2005  

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