European Parliament divided on Migration Pact ahead of vote

As the EU Parliament prepares to vote this week on a package of new laws on immigration and asylum, many of the proposals remain controversial.

After years of struggle by EU countries to manage migrant arrivals into the bloc, the European Commission proposed the ‘New Pact on Migration and Asylum’ in September 2020, aimed at establishing a clear and common framework for handling migration Whether that can be seen through will be tested this Wednesday 10 April, when the 705-seat […]

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