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October 20, 2006

Preferences of EU policy distributed

Filed under: migration, perspectives — jensn @ 3:16 pm

Summit meeting in Finland to decide if EU must have a common immigration policy. 25 EU-member states are represented in Lahti on Friday. EU-parliament demands for a common policy, but what are the opinions among the peoples of Europe?

Economist, thinktank member and lecturer Hans Kornø Rasmussen has on several occasions like the EU-commissioner Vladimir Spidla proposed and EURO-STAT a multi-doubled (8-14 times the present intake by a gradual accelerated increase) of immigration and also to Denmark (10.000 in 2005). Here we may fear with a good reason that the expressed claims from the labour market once again has to be ignored, because it must be a little difficult not to make the same mistake as the one made for the last 30 years, if the half of the European population is not deported to China and half of Chineese are deported to Europe

The Liberal will not, but the International will be satisfied further more!

Mark my words! 

An investigation was made i 2002 when the number of member countries was 15. Recently Polan, The Baltics and Hungary join the Union, Romania and Bulgaria and others joined the Union next year. Shall we quess that the unwealthy new members hope for common policy.

 Sonia

The results from 2002 were presented in this paper:

EUROPEAN NETWORK OF ECONOMIC POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTES

OCCASIONAL PAPER NO. 5/NOVEMBER 2003 

SOCIAL EUROPE 

(ISBN 92-9079-466-6) 

SJEF EDERVEEN,  RUUD DE MOOIJ AND ARJAN SOEDE

 

 Available for free downloading from the ENEPRI website (http://www.enepri.org) or the CEPS website (www.ceps.be) 

 

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