Barnier “France suspends immigration for 3-5 years” Former EU chief negotiator

Barnier "France suspends immigration for 3-5 years" Former EU chief negotiator
Former Barnier negotiator proposed to suspend immigration 

Former EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier, who has been in charge of negotiations with Britain, a former French foreign minister who has left the European Union (EU), told French media by the 12th that “(France) immigrants. We have to suspend the process for 3 to 5 years and verify the acceptance procedure. ” He is expected to run for the 2022 French presidential election and may have tried to attract voters’ attention.

Immigrants living in France insisted on suspending the process of calling their families in their home countries. He said he would continue to accept students and refugees. In France, the leader of the Far Right National Rally, Marine Le Pen, who has strict immigration restrictions, is spreading support, and there is an analysis that he was aware of it.

It is predicted that the presidential election will be a one-on-one battle between President Macron and Mr. Le Pen. Barnier is not currently expected to be a major candidate, but there are voices praising the track record of the UK exit negotiations.

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