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Achilles’ Heel
Prevention is better...
28/06/2007

The recent action by the Spanish government to deport 750 African illegal immigrants was a gesture in the right direction to send a strong message to the mafias that run human smuggling operations.

Around 25-35% of the immigration in Spain is undocumented. Importantly, unlike France and Germany, Spain has no restrictive migration policies; not only from EU’s new members in the old soviet bloc, but many from other African countries take advantage of it. The apprehensions of the Spanish government are not entirely unfounded. It was a Moroccan-led terrorist group that was allegedly involved for the deadly 2004 train bombing in Madrid. While it might sound rather inhuman to suddenly deport so many out of a country, more often than not, governments are left with not much option but to go for the preventive measures to prevent the next possible blast from happening, perhaps. Yet, developed nations should realise that quarantine is not a solution. So long as the yawning gap between developed and poor nations continue, such illegal migrations and crimes would continue to remain.

By:- B&E
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