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    Yes: EU Politicians have failed the Roma The problem of nations like France who view the Roma as little more than pests underscores the way in which they have been failed by the EU. The Roma are traditionally migratory, and while the EU has supported this traditional right, they have been unsuccessful in bringing member states into the view that the cultural differences of the Roma should be respected. Destroying a culture, whether through overt racism, or through a heavy handed form of integration, are problems that the Roma will continue to face under these failures.

  • Yes: EU Politicians have failed the Roma

    The problem of nations like France who view the Roma as little more than pests underscores the way in which they have been failed by the EU. The Roma are traditionally migratory, and while the EU has supported this traditional right, they have been unsuccessful in bringing member states into the view that the cultural differences of the Roma should be respected. Destroying a culture, whether through overt racism, or through a heavy handed form of integration, are problems that the Roma will continue to face under these failures.

  • Gypsies Are Discriminated Against

    There is a reason why the Roma prefer their cultural of exclusivity as outsiders. Each country they are treats them like an underclass and a group of pariahs. Granted, there are cultural elements to Gypsy society that helps alienate them from their host countries, but that still doesn't merit them being treated like second class citizens.

  • No, EU politicians have not failed the Roma.

    The Roma are a group of people who set themselves apart. Although the European governments have worked hard to better the conditions of the Roma, this group of people need to take responsibility for themselves. The more that they depend on government hand outs the deeper into poverty they will slide. It is time for the Roma to make their own fortunes and stop depending on the government.

  • Not at all

    No, these politicians have not failed the Roma. Nothing is wrong with the Roma people, and they have all of the same rights that every other person in Europe has, so they are not getting any harsh treatment from anyone, they are getting along just fine with everybody in Europe.


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