Gérald Darmanin publicizes that Emmanuel Macron will suggest the tip of land legislation in Mayotte by way of a constitutional reform | EUROtoday

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The Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, in Bordeaux, January 22, 2024.

The Minister of the Interior, Gérald Darmanin, introduced on Sunday February 11, “the end of land rights in Mayotte”, “in response to the migration question” on this French division of the Indian Ocean.

“We are going to take a radical decision which is the inclusion of the end of land law in Mayotte in a constitutional revision”declared Mr. Darmanin upon his arrival, Sunday morning, within the archipelago, paralyzed for 3 weeks by roadblocks of citizen teams to protest towards insecurity and uncontrolled immigration.

That means “that it will no longer be possible to become French if you are not yourself the child of French parents”detailed the minister, thus affirming that he needed to chop “attractiveness” for Mayotte. “It will no longer be possible (…) to give birth to a child here and hope to become French that way”he insisted, evoking “an extremely strong measure”.

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“The authority of the State [à Mayotte] will be measured not simply in the number of additional police officers and gendarmes, but in the change in law, undoubtedly very profound, which is necessary to prevent the arrival of these people.assured Mr. Darmanin, on 1er February, during a conference on overseas territories organized by Point, in Paris. At Mamoudzou hospital, he emphasized, “90% of births are not Mahorais births”. Before mentioning “women who almost give birth in the kwassa” – the kwassa-kwassa, these fishing boats by which nationals of the neighboring Comorian islands journey irregularly to the French archipelago.

“An upcoming constitutional change” is due to this fact envisaged, included within the calendar for 2024, he stated. “We will have to change, in the Constitution, the rules of land law and access to nationality if we want to radically change things in Mayotte”had additional assured Mr. Darmanin.

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The World with AFP