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Aln: travelling in Spain

Today’s data revealed that Aln crossed into Spain yesterday.

To some, it may appear Aln is weak because she is making slow progress.

She’s been having some short days of migration. 243 more words

Osprey Updates

Seven questions in the "Soros-plan" consultation

The government’s next national consultation, a survey of Hungarians on immigration and the mandatory relocation of refugees, is expected to contain seven questions, state secretary Csaba Domotor said on public radio on Sunday. 209 more words

The Destabilizing Doors of Exit West: A Review

Reading Mohsin Hamid’s acclaimed new novel, Exit West, as a window on the current global migration crisis is a mistake.  The world imagined by the Pakistani-born Hamid is not one facing a migration issue – migration is the environment in which all its characters swim.  929 more words

Books

Darfur Union in the UK: Belgium Government is Consulting Genocidré Ambassador Mutrif Siddig on the Fate of Sudanese Migrants at Detention Centres in Belgium

Darfur Union in the UK: Belgium Government is Consulting Genocidré Ambassador Mutrif Siddig on the Fate of Sudanese Migrants at Detention Centres in Belgium
After the recent rise of hostilities by the government in Sudan against the people of Sudan in Darfur, Blue Nile State and Nuba Mountains plus the prosecution of Students in the White Nile State and in the capital Khartoum, some of the world powers seem turning a blind eye on the crimes committed by GoS on the soil of Sudan. 1,015 more words

Statements

Diary Day 368: Guy Verhofstadt factfinds in Northern Ireland. Tories continue internal feuding. New report suggests reformed labour rights to share social benefits of migration more equally. 

My #Remainer’s Diary Day 368: Guy Verhofstadt, the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator, who was on a two-day fact-finding mission in Ireland, met delegations from the DUP, Sinn Féin, SDLP, UUP and Alliance at Stormont. 690 more words

Brexit

"Soros dictates in Brussels"

It is impossible to understand, with democratic reasoning, how the words of a rich man from America can “mean more in Brussels than the words of an MEP”, government office chief Janos Lazar said, referring to the billionaire George Soros, … 489 more words

Can Orban-bashing win elections?

Germany’s social democratic candidate for chancellor, Martin Schulz has been criticising the Hungarian prime minister so often during the campaign, that the Hungarian foreign minister developed an autoreply. 538 more words