Justice responded favorably to the request of the prefecture of Isère on Wednesday, considering that the wearing of the outfit “seriously undermined the principle of neutrality of public service”. Favorable response of justice to the request of the prefecture of Isere. The administrative court suspends this Wednesday the provision authorizing the burkini in the municipal swimming pools in Grenoble. In its decision, the court considered that the wearing of the outfit “seriously undermined the principle of neutrality of the public service”. suspension of this controversial measure. The new swimming pool regulations, carried by the majority of the ecologist mayor of Grenoble Eric Piolle, were initially to come into force on June 1.”Excellent news: following our appeal, the administrative court suspends the deliberation of the town hall of Grenoble authorizing the ‘ burkini’ in municipal swimming pools thanks to the tools of the separatism law wanted by Emmanuel Macron!”, Tweeted in the wake of the Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin. “I am pleased that justice has suspended the municipal provision of the city of Grenoble authorizing the burkini, a garment of Islamist propaganda. We remain vigilant and our deputies will propose a law to ban it definitively, “tweeted for her part Marine Le Pen.” Attack on the principle of neutrality “The court notes that the article in question allows users to “derogate from the general rule of the obligation to wear close-fitting outfits to allow certain users to free themselves from this rule for the purpose of religious”, and its authors have thereby “seriously undermined the principle of neutrality of the public service”. The principle of the prefecture’s request had been announced on May 15, the day before the examination by the council council of Grenoble of a new regulation in municipal swimming pools opening the door to the burkini but also to topless bathing for women and anti-UV swimsuits for all. The judges in summary proceedings delivered their judgment in the evening after hearing for about an hour and a half the arguments of the various parties, the prefecture of Isère on the one hand, the City of Grenoble, the controversial association Alliance Citoyenne and the League of Human Rights on the other, during a hearing held earlier in the afternoon.
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