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Should EU structural funds be more accessible to projects benefiting the Roma people?

  • Yes: EU Structural Funds Should Be More Accessible To Projects Benefiting the Roma

    The money should be available, but it will be of no value if the intention is simply transform the Roma subculture into something more presentable or acceptable to the society at large. If the Roma want the kind of help being offered, by all means, make it available to them.

  • EU Structure Funds

    I personally think that compromise does not appear on the horizon. Republicans and Democrats are currently far apart and, if anything, are moving in opposite directions. Democrats are doing more name calling than negotiating or governing. Republicans, at least enough of them, are more focused on purity and principle than on finding a way out of the impasse. People wonder why the political process seems to have broken down.

  • EU structural funds

    Compromise does not appear on the horizon. Republicans and Democrats are currently far apart and, if anything, are moving in opposite directions. Democrats are doing more name calling than negotiating or governing. Republicans, at least enough of them, are more focused on purity and principle than on finding a way out of the impasse. People wonder why the political process seems to have broken down.

  • No, a lack of any contribution should not expect help in return.

    While it may be apt to assist those in need, there has been a lack of contributuon by the Roma people to the overall state of the EU for the better. To require that a community helps those in need should follow that the people in need be part of said community. The Roma people choose to seclude themselves, thus they should not be considered to benefit from the EU.

  • EU Funds Should Not Be at the Discrestion of every Thomas Dickens and Harold with an Idea and a College Degree

    Centrally planning a continent is a difficult task. Thus, it is necessary to explain the reasoning behind the multitude of decisions that are made in Brussels. Creating plans that benefit one minority at the expense of others should not be part of their job description. While the Roma people face oppression in many areas, spending public money on the problem may make their problems worse.


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