Wednesday, October 22, 2014

France Mulls Law to Refuse Entry of Foreigners; Would Turn Away Immigrants It Saw as a Threat

All kinds of undesirables -- including citizens of the European Union -- could be refused entry into France if their "personal behavior" is considered a threat to "security or public order," under a law now being proposed, The Muslim Issue website reports today (October 22, 2014).

The vaguely worded measure could be used to stop all kinds of undesirables entering France, from those with criminal records to communities considered unable to integrate.

The proposed legislation reads that all should "be banned from entering French territory if their presence would constitute a real, current, and sufficiently serious threat."

It continues, "It is all aimed at protecting the fundamental interest of society, in terms of public order or security against their personal behavior." Critics say the proposed law is designed to reduce the large number of Muslims and Roma (Gypsies) from becoming immigrants in France.

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