04 January 2022
VoxEurop, 4 January 2022.
"Yasha Maccanico, a researcher with the NGO Statewatch, has been analysing European migration and asylum policies for over twenty years. According to Maccanico, the Pact marks the latest step in a trend that began in 1999, at the Tampere summit. "Placing migration and asylum issues in the field of justice and home affairs was a serious distortion”, says Maccanico. “In the next phase, with the anti-terrorism emergency, this link was further strengthened."
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