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Tuesday, 13 December 2005 - Strasbourg OJ edition

Explanations of vote

  Marie-Arlette Carlotti (PSE), in writing.(FR) At a press conference held on 11 October 2004, Mr Gollnisch made remarks seemingly questioning the existence of the gas chambers.

These crimes are nevertheless historical facts. To deny or to dispute this is a crime. It is up to French law to give its verdict in accordance with the Gayssot law, which forbids public speeches disputing the existence of crimes against humanity.

Obviously, freedom of expression must be guaranteed for a Member of Parliament. Yet, the issue at stake in this vote is that of bringing a man, a university lecturer, face to face with his responsibilities.

That is why I will vote in favour of withdrawing Mr Gollnisch’s parliamentary immunity. For the very large majority of MEPs, this vote conveys a message: revisionism has no place in the Europe of ‘never again’.

Aviz juridic - Politica de confidențialitate