The European Tribune is a forum for thoughtful dialogue of European and international issues. You are invited to post comments and your own articles.
Please REGISTER to post.
Article 15. (1) Everyone has the right to a nationality.
By the way, the article you list above is precisely the reason that migrants destroy their identity papers before they take off for the Canaries.
I hate to be flippant (translation I enjoy being flippant), but if European countries were interested in limiting migration, they would pay for censuses in African countries. And offer development aid in exchange for creating a Europol database that contained this information.
That way you could end the very serious problem with abuse of this article of international law, which in the end undermine the protection it creates for actual cases of denaturalization of citizens by regimes that violate human rights.
And I'll give my consent to any government that does not deny a man a living wage-Billy Bragg
But you cannot deport people to a country where they're not a national even if it's their "country of origin". The other country is not required to take them if they're not nationals. And we just had a discussion of how the Netherlands is requiring those applying for naturalisation to give up their previous nationality in order to "improve" integration.
Oye, vatos, dees English sink todos mi ships, chinga sus madres, so escuche: el fleet es ahora refloated, OK? — The War Nerd
If you are sentenced the period is prolonged. If you have debts the period may be prolonged.
I guess the immigrants are not only criminal but also so lazy that they can not be bothered to commit the crimes they came here to commit until suddenly 4 or 5 years has passed and a swedish citizenship comes flying (after they filled in the forms, payed the fees, proved their identity)?
So how long would you want people to wait?
Sweden's finest (and perhaps only) collaborative, leftist e-newspaper Synapze.se
And having to pass exams in Swedish, language culture and history, making sure their loyalty has been transfered to their new country and so on.
The United States is, for once, a good example.
(even though they put more focus on language and loyalty and less on culture and history, maybe because they haven't got very much of those things)
Peak oil is not an energy crisis. It is a liquid fuel crisis.
making sure their loyalty has been transfered to their new country
(I'm not sure I've ever felt loyalty to any country.)
You have a normal feeling for a moment, then it passes. --More--
What is loyalty to a country anyway?
by Frank Schnittger - Feb 7 2 comments
by Oui - Feb 4 45 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Feb 2 8 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Jan 26 3 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Jan 31 3 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Jan 22 3 comments
by Cat - Jan 25 63 comments
by Oui - Jan 9 21 comments
by Oui - Feb 7
by Frank Schnittger - Feb 72 comments
by Oui - Feb 445 comments
by Oui - Feb 314 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Feb 28 comments
by Oui - Feb 2112 comments
by Oui - Feb 16 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Jan 313 comments
by gmoke - Jan 29
by Oui - Jan 2735 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Jan 263 comments
by Cat - Jan 2563 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Jan 223 comments
by Oui - Jan 2110 comments
by Oui - Jan 21
by Oui - Jan 20
by gmoke - Jan 20
by Oui - Jan 1841 comments
by Oui - Jan 1591 comments
by Oui - Jan 145 comments