“The situation is too serious, the extreme right is leading us to the a civil war in Europe and France,” Roussel said in statements to the France Inter channel.
Roussel, also deputy and former presidential candidate in 2022 elections strongly condemned an attempt to impose the vision that there is a similarity between death, immigration and delinquency, and sometimes terrorism.
In recent days, dozens of ultra-right groups have taken to the streets and generated violence in the town of Romans-sur-Isère, where in Crépol a 16 year-old teen was killed and several others were injured”.
In Roussel’s standpoint, such an attitude casts doubt on institutions and justice, and seeks to make immigration and the rejection of foreigners the problem of the moment.
Europe has 95 million people in poverty, and the extreme right wants to focus on the hatred of foreigners, he questioned.