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Are the Canadian claims that central Europe is safe for Roam legitimate?

  • Yes they are.

    The Canadian claims that central Europe is safe for Roam legitimate. The Canadian government knows what they are doing because they are very capable and competent, and would not make such a claim like central Europe being safe from Roam if that were not true. People just need to calm down and think clearly.

  • The Canadian claims that central Europe is safe for Roam is legitimate.

    The Canadian claims that central Europe is safe for Roam is legitimate. Some 37 countries are currently listed as safe, including Mexico and all EU countries, except for Romania and Bulgaria. Listed countries are considered atypical producers of bona fide refugees because they respect human rights and offer state protection.

  • Hungary, Romania Still Discriminate

    Canadian claims are not legitimate because Europe developed a specific commission just for dealing with the Roma problems facing Hungary and Romania. There are two choices in this situation: the Roma can integrate and modernize, or mainstream Europeans can allow the Romani to maintain their traditions. Both solutions are complicated and there are no easy answers.

  • No, there are instances of violence.

    No, the Canadian claims that central Europe is safe for Roma are not legitimate, because there have been instances of violence. Although most people are not subjected to racist violence, there are a large number of Roma that are. Even if those affected are in the minority, it cannot be said that the Roma in Europe are free from ethnic persecution.

  • Canada Isn't Europe

    How can Canadian authorities argue central Europe is safe for Romani people? Canada is on the other side of the Atlantic and doesn't regularly get involved in European affairs. If central Europe is truly safe for the Roma people, why are they still discriminated against because of their nomadic ways and their refusal to modernize?


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