June 26, 2022

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Two LFI candidates have been criticized for appearing alongside Englishman Jeremy Corbyn

This is a support that is going badly in the midst of a war of the left in the 20th arrondissement of the capital. Two LFI candidates Unlawful In Paris, Daniel Obono And Daniel SimonnetOn Saturday, they were insulted by their rivals and Lygra for posing for themselves. Jeremy CorbynThe former boss of the British Labor Party was expelled from his parliamentary committee For relaxation in the face of anti-Semitism.

Jeremy Corbyn tweeted a campaign photo in Paris, where he is running in the left-wing News Alliance in support of outgoing MP Daniel Obono (17th volume) and Paris Councilor Daniel Simonet (15th volume).

“Masks fall”

Daniel Simonet released the tweet and in another message on Friday expressed his “passion” and “pride” for getting Jeremy Corbyn.

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His socialist rival and outgoing parliamentarian, Lamia L. RJ, immediately attacked the rebels: “Masks fall: after 1,000 registered complaints, call and show support for Jeremy Corbyn for his anti-Semitic satisfaction from Labor and the group.” He tweeted.

Socialist executives took up the criticism, and in the midst of the war of the left in Paris on the 20th, Lamia L’Arze retained her candidacy despite the agreement of Jean-Luc Mன்சlenchon with the approval of the PS.

The International League for Anti-Racism and Anti-Semitism (LIGRA) exploded Daniel Simonet’s photo and “pride”, accusing Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn of “covering up” Jeremy Corbyn’s anti-Semitism from September 2015 to April 2020. Defends itself against.

Workers were blamed for “unforgivable” failures

Labor is under investigation by the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC), an independent body, which concluded that by the end of October 2020, “unforgivable” failures had resulted from “a lack of will to deal with anti-Semitism.” Ceremony.

Jeremy Corbyn, 73 He was suspended from the party for some time. Before announcing his re-election, after a favorable decision of the party’s controversial committee. But in November 2020, the Labor Party removed him from the parliamentary committee.