In The ExpressÉdouard Philippe does not hesitate to point out what he calls a “immigration of the fait accompli”. Ait Adjedjou Karim/Ait Adjedjou Karim/ABACA
ANALYSIS – The president of Horizons threw a stone into the pond by going on a ground on which we did not necessarily expect him as a priority.
It is a long way from Mont-Saint-Michel to Algeria. There is a long, very long way from the question of the preservation of religious heritage to that of immigration. And it’s pure coincidence thatÉdouard Philippe unveils, in The Express, his proposals on the most burning topical issue at a time when Emmanuel Macron reflects on “the centuries that are embedded” and that it is necessary “consider with humility”. Centuries apart, and yet, it is today on the same ground that the question of French identity, its permanence and its ruptures arises; that there is a clash between the cultural and spiritual foundations of our history and its recent contributions or challenges.
Thus, in The Expressthe former Prime Minister does not hesitate to point out what he calls a “immigration of the fait accompli” ; a formula that goes beyond the observation of “sustained” immigration. Recalling that the number of foreigners continues to grow in France and that these now come to 47% from Africa…