European Justice Commissioner Viviane Reding called the French deportation of segments of the Roma population a "disgrace" on Tuesday and said she would ask the presidency of the European Commission to look into taking legal steps against France.
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Finally we have a leader brave enough to do what people wanted done!
sorry,i did not read the whole article before my last comment,please forgive me.i see that they were paid.
One is inclined to wonder what parallel reality it is that European Commission Vice-President in charge of Justice Viviane Reding inhabits, when she comes out with such nonsense as this. She and Brussels must confront the problem that is Romania and Bulgaria, and not the symptoms, that are the Roma citizens of Romania and Bulgaria.
regardless of its EU affiliation, I expect France to always do that which is in the best interest of France and the French people, as is the right of any soverign state
i was wondering how long it would actually for Europe to react.
i wish the same could be done with Israel.I guess it depends of the unites states this time. ..not the same human rights standards maybe?
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