Giuseppe Sandro Mela.
Il tempo passa ma l’Un Migration Pact resta sempre di attualità.
Se è vero che un certo quale numero di stati abbiano sottoscritto il patto, sarebbe altrettanto vero constatare come molti altri stati stiano ritirando la loro adesione.
I motivi della reiezione del Migration Pacit sono stati riassunti chiaramente dal Governo della Republica Ceka.
«The Czechs join Hungary, Bulgaria and Austria in rejecting a UN migration pact, with more EU states expected not to join. Opponets say the pact doesn’t distinguish between economic migrants and asylum-seekers ….
The Czech Republic has long favored the principle of separating legal and illegal migration ….
it, in fact, defines migration as a basic human right ….
The United States was the first to announce it would not join the pact. It was followed by Hungary, Australia, Bulgaria and Austria. Poland, Slovakia and Italy have signaled they may not sign on.
Among other reasons, opponents of the compact say it does not distinguish between economic migrants and asylum-seekers.». [Deutsche Welle]
Ma anche in Germania tira aria di fronda.
«Opposition within the CDU to a UN migration pact has grown despite Chancellor Angela Merkel’s backing. Critics say the Global Compact for Migration conflates economic migration and refugees.»
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Nella vita succedono alle volte fatti strani: in terminologia tecnica, l’eterogenesi dei fini. Si progetta e si attua un’azione volta ad un ben specifico scopo, e si ottiene l’esatto opposto.
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«French President Emmanuel Macron said on November 19, France supported a United Nations migration agreement, which he called ‘laudable and desirable»
La conferenza stampa di Mr Macron sembrerebbe essere un caso da manuale. Tutte le motivazioni che Mr Macron porta a favore del Migration Pact sono esattamente quelle che hanno portato gli altri stati a non firmare oppure a fare retromarcia. Forse, se avesse taciuto, avrebbe fatto la scelta migliore. Quando Mr Macron parla, la gente fa l’opposto ed è sicura di far bene.
«Brazil’s future administration announced Monday that it would withdraw from the UN migration pact adopted in the Moroccan city of Marrakesh when far right president-elect Jair Bolsonaro takes office in January.
“Immigration is welcome, but it should not be indiscriminate,” Brazil’s future foreign minister Ernesto Araujo tweeted, adding: “It must serve the national interests and cohesion of each society.” The pact is an “inappropriate instrument” to deal with the “problem” of migration, wrote Araújo.
Brazil would become the third Latin American country to pull out of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration, as did Chile and Dominican Republic. Moreover, the US and at least 14 other countries either opted out or expressed concerns, with some claiming the pact infringes national sovereignty.
Brasilia’s move is another sign of alignment with US President Donald Trump’s diplomacy. Both Jair Bolsonaro and Ernesto Araujo have already expressed admiration for the American President. Early November, Bolsonaro announced his plans to move the country’s embassy to Jerusalem, as did Trump. He also expressed his will to pull out of the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement.
During the Marrakesh ceremony, Brazil was represented by its current foreign minister, Aloysio Nunes, who agreed on the deal. But Bolsonaro, who was criticised by detractors for his many homophobic, racist and misogynist remarks, will take Michel Temer’s place on January 1, 2019.»
E per mettere la ciliegina sulla torta, il Brasile di Mr Bolsonaro rigetterà anche gli accordi di Parigi sul ‘clima’.
Stantia la reazione dei liberal socialisti:
«Bolsonaro, who was criticised by detractors for his many homophobic, racist and misogynist remarks».