Can anything be done about immigration policy in the Netherlands? The answer to this question was found in the policy directive sent on July 3 from the ministry to the Tweede Kamer.
It was written in response to the investigation into the revision of the UN Migration Pact. Because the conclusions were disheartening, the advice was sent on July 3, which also happens to be the day on which the summer recess starts. “We can’t do anything; it is too expensive.”
Dutch daily,De Dagelijkse Standaardreported that in the document, numerous fallacies are found, mixed with half-truths. The conclusions drawn are the following: “To adjust immigration policy costs a lot of money and is not worth it. Adjusting the UN Migration Pact would entail too much diplomatic effort, so it should be avoided. And actually, we are all delivered to our fate, and migration is a kind of…
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