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Topic - Kenza Drider
Kenza Drider's posters for the French presidential race are ready to go, months before the official campaign begins.
France's new ban on Islamic face veils was met with a burst of defiance Monday, as several women appeared veiled in front of Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral and two were detained for taking part in an unauthorized protest.
France's new ban on Islamic veils faced a burst of defiance Monday, as several women appeared with faces covered outside Notre Dame Cathedral and two were detained for taking part in an unauthorized protest.
Ms. Drider declared her longshot candidacy on Sept. 22, the same day that a French court fined two women who refuse to remove their veils.
"I have the ambition today to serve all women who are the object of stigmatization or social, economic or political discrimination," she said. "It is important that we show that we are here, we are French citizens and that we, as well, can bring solutions to French citizens."