The French Constitutional Council rejects more than a third of the articles of a right-wing law on immigration
The French Constitutional Council rejected more than a third of the provisions contained in the controversial immigration bill that was adopted under pressure from the far-right, and while human rights organizations considered the ruling a “victory,” right-wing forces described it as a “coup by the judiciary.” French media reported that the texts rejected by the […]Read more..
The German Chancellor: “Germany has become the country of hope for immigrants” The Free Democratic Party: “Now is not the time to ease citizenship procedures” The Minister of Interior: “Those who oppose the reform must reach the twenty-first century” The Christian Social Union: “This reform thwarts the immigrants’ integration plan” The Chairwoman of the Federal […]Read more..
It’s not just a fleeting distress or pain among others shouldered by Arab immigrants who are in voluntary or compulsory exile, but it’s rather an eerie obsession that keeps them up at night and haunts their thoughts during the day. Not a single day, not even a moment, goes by, on the numerous and varied […]Read more..