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Parliamentary questions
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17 January 2018
E-000240-18
Question for written answer E-000240-18
to the Commission
Rule 130
Lorenzo Fontana (ENF)

 Subject:  UN plan and right to not emigrate
 Answer in writing 

‘Migration is a positive global phenomenon. It powers economic growth, reduces inequalities, connects diverse societies and helps us ride the demographic waves of population growth and decline’.

On the basis of this latest statement by the UN Secretary General on the positive aspects of migration, and in accordance with the statement by Pope Emeritus Ratzinger on the fundamental right of each individual to be able to remain in his or her country of origin:
Does the Commission not consider it advisable to open up a discussion on migration based on the ‘right to not emigrate’?
Original language of question: IT 
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