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Cinco Días - Spain | 20/09/2006

Spain's new political discourse on imigration.

The Spanish economist Jose Aranda analyses the change of political tune that can be observed in Spain considering the question of immigration due to the arrival of several thousands of illegal immigrants since the beginning of the year. What is most unpleasant in the political declarations lauding firmness, is the contempt that emerges regarding the Spanish population. Given its history, it can easily understand the reasons behind migratory movements, which are always painful for those involved. These movements are the consequences of wars, persecutions, epidemics, desertification and many other problems that developed countries should concentrate on, instead of listening to those who, like Nicolas Sarkozy in France, only know how to deliver harsh speeches and speak of an impossible reinforcing of frontiers..."

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