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País: Suiza
Internet: http://www.suedostschweiz.ch/

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1.  Südostschweiz - Suiza | Miércoles, 6. Enero 2016

France remains a jihad factory

France still isn't addressing the root causes of Islamist violence, the daily newspaper Südostschweiz comments: "You can sense that neither the government nor the opposition have any real desire to tackle the problem of the banlieue ghettos that have already produced more than a thousand Syrian fighters and dozens of terrorists. Because in those areas where more than 40 percent of the population is unemployed the Salafists have no problems recruiting followers. And in ex-French colonies like Mali Hollande is neglecting the political fight against the causes after hunting the Islamists out of the country through military means. A new storm is brewing there. Demographer Emmanuel Todd has bluntly referred to France as a 'jihad factory'. And until a social and economic policy is found to address the problem any police work, not matter how difficult, will be a never-ending task. And 2015 won't be the last annus horribilis for France."

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2.  Südostschweiz - Suiza | Lunes, 9. Noviembre 2015

Election outcome a threat for EU

The result of the election in Croatia puts its relations with Europe at risk, warns the liberal daily Südostschweiz: "In Croatia on the one side you have a listless and weak government that hasn't come up with any new ideas since the country joined the EU and which is lethargically presiding over a permanent economic downturn. On the other stands an opposition that is covering up its cluelessness with nationalist slogans with references to a supposedly glorious past and juggling with resentment against an allegedly decadent West. This constellation is dangerous. In EU member state Hungary it has produced the model of 'illiberal democracy': robust, authoritarian, populist rule. … Croatia doesn't look set to follow in Hungary's footsteps. Even if the nationalist right is in the lead it will hardly find any suitable coalition partners to implement its plans. But that's not enough to soothe our fears. The Most party, which with its surprisingly good showing is now in a position to tip the scales, does not represent a way out of the polarisation but merely the desire for that way out."

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3.  Südostschweiz - Suiza | Martes, 18. Agosto 2015

Bailout package offers historic opportunity

In accepting the new EU bailout package the Greek parliament has paved the way for historical development in the country, writes the liberal daily Südostschweiz: "Never since the start of the crisis have the reform specifications been so detailed. The creditors have learned from the mistakes of the previous aid concepts and eased the austerity measures to a tolerable level. The focus is on structural reforms aimed at making the country competitive. This provides a great opportunity for Tsipras. He has a historic mission - if he wants it. He can radically change and renew his country. If the young prime minister puts the specified reforms into practice Greece could become one of Europe's most modern countries. Many structural reforms will however take years, if not decades, before they come into their own. So it's a project of generations. And the responsibility Tsipras bears is all the greater because of that."

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4.  Südostschweiz - Suiza | Viernes, 7. Agosto 2015

Refugee debate just a source of sadness

Italy's coast guard service rescued more than 1,000 refugees in the Mediterranean on the weekend. The liberal daily Südostschweiz calls for an end to the populist scaremongering in Europe: "Why these nationalist outbursts? Why the sensationalist and entirely unjustified fears of foreign infiltration, whatever the term is supposed to mean? What is so bad about helping people? Taking them in and giving them hope for the future? What do we have to lose? Certainly not our humanity. All the fear of losing our property is impoverishing our souls. The current debate - intensified by upcoming elections in Switzerland - makes one sad more than anything else. Even if the hardliners on asylum policy do get their way, the migration pressure on our lauded continent won't ease. Much less the pressure on Switzerland. People will keep coming no matter what - and go underground. A life without papers is still better than no life at all. There is only one way to put an end to the misery: to ensure that the tide of refugees doesn't arise in the first place."

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