Saturday, November 19, 2011

CRIF charges PS with anti-Semitism

As part of its electoral deal with EELV, the PS agreed to give seats occupied by four deputies with "noms à consonance juive" (Blisko, Dreyfus, Hoffman-Rispal, Goldberg) to the Greens has led the head of the Jewish representative organization CRIF, Richard Prasquier, to raise the issue of anti-Semitism. The PS and the deputies eliminated vigorously deny the charge.

Truly, the PS negotiations with the Greens have been cursed with some sort of bad mojo at every turn.

3 comments:

devis said...

The PS is not known for its racist stance but the problem is these election times that skeletons keep popping their heads out of the closet

Anonymous said...

Lots of skeletons in lots of closet, actually.

Prasquier, an ardent Sarkozista, rushed to further exploit the deepening rift between the PS and the Greens. He lost a good opportunity to stay silent, it would seem.

Mélanie

Guilhem said...

Yes, it seems to me that the CRIF shamed itself on this one.