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The European Parliament denounces structural racism in the United States and asks to think about “the European George Floyd”.

June 5, 2020

The European Parliament has denounced “structural racism” in the United States, criticized the government of President Donald Trump and his response to racist protests, and at the same time called for reflection on police brutality against minorities in Europe.

This Friday, the European Parliament’s Subcommittee on Human Rights held a debate on the recent racial protests following the death of Afnamerican citizen George Floyd by the Minneapolis police at a meeting where almost all MPs criticized racial injustice. that happens in the North American country.

“Every democracy has its moles, but racist prejudices have become a black hole in the American system,” said socialist Ignacio Sánchez-Amor, who believes that Donald Trump feeds the “racist fund” and that he has applied the law and so on the order now represented would have prevented Floyd’s own death.

The European Parliament denounces structural racism in the United States and asks to think about “the European George Floyd”.The European Parliament denounces structural racism in the United States and asks to think about “the European George Floyd”.

The popular Isabel Wiseler-Santos Lima has shown its support for the protests and has assured that these protests “in large cities after the tragic death of the Afro-American citizen” arouse hope “.