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Baby-Loup: that the decision of the appeal court will change

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Baby-Loup: that the decision of the appeal court will change

The Court of Appeal of Paris confirmed Wednesday dismissal overturned in cassation, a veiled employee of the private nursery Baby-Loup, Chanteloup-les-Vignes (Yvelines), another step in an emblematic case of passionate debate secularism. Kovarik

A symbolic decision of debate on secularism. After five years of proceedings, the Court of Appeal validated the dismissal for serious misconduct of the veiled employee of the Baby-Loup nursery Chanteloup-les-Vignes. Unlike the Court of Cassation, she felt that this decision was "not violate religious freedom" and was not discriminatory. What will it change?

> Also read our article: "A Chanteloup-les-Vignes, it is no longer possible to defend the living together dear Baby-Loup"

> For the veiled employee

The judicial process is not yet over: Fatima Afif, licensed in 2008 for wearing the veil as the rules required employees to a "religious neutrality" advised by his counsel that it intends to appeal again the Supreme Court. Defender, Michel Henry, believes that this legal debate must now be decided in the plenary of the high court.

> For the Baby-Loup nursery

Not much, at first. The association chose to move even before the judgment of the Court of Appeal of Paris was made ​​public. As expected, 31 December, staff and children so leave the premises of Chanteloup-les-Vignes. The new structure, hosted four train stops away in Conflans Sainte Honorine, is not expected to open by March 1.

Until the move, however, the situation may be complicated. "By staying on the territory, it stirs up hatred and violence," analyzed last week the founder and director of the institution, Natalia Baleato. Insults, threats, harassment ... Until the end of the year, the staff intends to round back and avoid slippage. "Do not despair, reasoned the director. In any crisis, there are opportunities, reasons Natalia Baleato. Ours is moving."

> At the law

After the decision of the Court of Cassation, several voices - left and right - amounted to request the extension of the principle of neutrality applied in the public sector to certain private sectors. Including education. Hollande himself had spoken in that sense. "Once there was contact with children, (...) there must be a certain similarity to that which exists in the school. So I think the law should prohibit" a- he said last March on France 2.

But legislate on the issue is far from unanimous. In June, a bill supported by the UMP providing for the expansion of religious neutrality private companies was rejected. The Observatory of secularism has also spoken against. "A law would be dangerous, it would create endless debates. In addition, it would be impossible to write because it should cover a variety of situations," said Nicolas Cadène, the general report of the organization. "It would be impossible to write because it should cover a variety of situations." According to the company's internal regulations is sufficient to restrict religious symbols in the company.

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