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France suggests "immigration pact" for EU states

de Radu Rizea
Joi, 29 mai 2008, 11:01 English | Regional Europe

France, which will take over the European Union presidency starting on July 1, will suggest its member states an "immigration pact", Financial Times informs in its online edition. According to the newspaper, which quotes a French governmental document, the pact would demand more efficient measures in order to expel illegal immigrants, obligatory language classes for immigrants and a fast implementation of the biometric recognition system.

"Europe can not host all people that see in it an Eldorado", the document reads, according to Financial Times. The same text admits that Europe needs immigrants from the point of view of demographics and economy.

Nicolas Sarkozy pledged in its campaign for presidency for a strict control of the immigration.

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