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Debates
Tuesday, 6 October 2015 - Strasbourg Revised edition

Conclusions of the informal European Council of 23 September 2015 (debate)
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  Ryszard Antoni Legutko, on behalf of the ECR Group. Mr President, the UN High Commissioner said that 8 000 immigrants come to Europe every day. Mr Tusk mentioned, at one point, one million in the coming months. If those numbers are at least partly correct, it is clear that what the Commission and the Council have prepared for us is far from satisfactory. It is a stop-gap: it is certainly not a solution.

As usual we have had confused and confusing language, and the traditional share of bullying and invective against those who disagree. We have had disregard for laws that we ourselves established. Humanitarian arguments were mixed with political ones. Mr Timmermans, for example, went so far as to say that the reallocation scheme is good for our souls. Amazing – he really did say that! We have had elements of blackmail and typical euro-casuistry. The immigrants were invited and then disinvited. The Schengen procedures were abolished and then restored again. If this gigantic confusion is a reflection of the state the EU is in, then God help us!

What we did not have, however, is the long-term objective. What is the final state of affairs that we want to attain? The Council talked about the cultural and social criteria that are to be taken into account in immigration policies. I think this makes sense. I am afraid, however, that Europeans have built such a powerful system of taboos and inhibitions around the immigration question that there is not much hope for a rational debate. My safe prediction is that we will have more and more of the same.

 
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