@9QXWKSRNorthern Leaguefrom Minnesota answered…2yrs
the EU should play no part it country's migrant policy
@9LKQ2MMLeft Frontfrom New York answered…2yrs
No, but let the country's government decided a quota of immigrants for themselves.
@9KWH9NCCoalition of the Radical Left - Unitary Social Frontfrom Virgin Islands answered…2yrs
Yes, but only as a means to distribute them in a way that societies will absorb them more efficiently, not as a means to deny them access to countries
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@B3BZBHZSocialist Partyfrom Maine answered…2mos
No,the EU should not accept immigrant.
@B24G62VRenua Irelandfrom Texas answered…4mos
EU shouldn't have the right to tell Ireland what to do
@TurningSouthport…Social Democratic Partyfrom Maine answered…9mos
Yes, but it should be more 'agreed upon' than 'imposed'
@9VSKZFLAlliance ’90/The Greensfrom Maine answered…11mos
Yes, provided that a strict screening process is in place to prevent the entrance of terrorists
@9VF59GPCiudadanosfrom Arizona answered…1yr
No, but every country should allow them
@9TQCG2VNational Frontfrom Florida answered…1yr
Yes, and leave the European Union
@9TKM2WKFree Democratic Partyfrom Georgia answered…1yr
No, countries should be able to decide their own laws
@9SRCLTDModerate Partyfrom New York answered…1yr
no, only the nation should have full control over their borders.
@9RXDFKRTraditional Unionist Voice from Florida answered…1yr
No, get the hell out of the EU.
@9N9LXBWSocial Democratic Partyfrom New York answered…2yrs
No, but let the government of the country decide the lemon on immigration
@9LZ4K2RPlaid Cymrufrom New York answered…2yrs
No, let the country decide the number of immigrants that can come into the country
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