Dutch MP calls for jobless East-European immigrants to be expelled

Jobless immigrants from Poland, Bulgaria and Romania should be expelled to their countries of origin, Louis Bontes, a Dutch MP with the Geert Wilders-led PVV right-wing party said. The portal quoted the lawmaker as saying: “They are often drunk and involved in petty crimes, which upsets locals, police told me. When Bulgaria and Romania will accede to Schengen, “they will come in droves here, and so will all the problems,” the MP also said, adding that there is no legal barrier to expelling EU citizens within five years since their arrival into the country.

Last week, Marnix Norder, an integration official with The Hague Local Council, published a draft directive on unemployed immigrants being sent to their original countries.

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