Talking about rejections when our population is aging so fast is not at all far-sighted: we should promote active migration policies and select the people we really need
Media mentions – Tunisia
More and more, controls on migration and energy deals have come to take precedence over democracy and rights as consideration for EU aid
This deal is an affront to professed European values and will do little to stop migration, just make it easier for Europeans to return the Tunisians that survive the trip
How could we possibly think that a country in such dire political and economic conditions could effectively and transparently deliver on this delicate dossier?
The past couple of years have seen a sharp rise in arrivals of migrants from Tunisia, especially to Italy
Although Saied claims he wants to restore democracy and give voice to the people, his actions demonstrate a rejection of fundamental freedoms and the rule of law
It’s an economic time bomb
Saied thinks he has the upper hand. But (…) it seems that he is not that strong and that we are once again betting on the wrong horse.