New YorkGötz Schmidt-Bremme, head of the UN's Global Forum on Migration and Development, has admitted that the UN's Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration is a "controversial text".
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SantiagoChile has joined the growing exodus from the United Nations Migration Compact. It has become the latest country to withdraw, President's Sebastian Pinera's administration announced.
BrusselsBoth Brussels and the United Nations want to legalise illegal migration, according to Peter Szijjarto, Hungary’s foreign minister. Szijjarto spoke to the media after a meeting of European Union foreign ministers in Brussels on Monday.
South Africa's ANC regime has set a date for when its much-criticised white land expropriations will begin after a black politician announced: “Your time is up, white people!”.
BudapestSimilarly to the United Nations’ Global Compact on Migration, Hungary has also rejected the UN Global Refugee Pact. The foreign minister said on Friday that the document was dangerous and could encourage even more migration.
BrusselsThe dispute over the UN Compact on Migration has led to the end of the coalition government in Belgium. Unfazed, Prime Minister Charles Michel plans to continue as part of a minority government and will sign the agreement.
ParisMarine Le Pen is more popular than France's embattled president Emannuel Macron in the polls.
HamburgAt the Hamburg party congress, the CDU chose a new leader. The delegates voted for a copy of Angela Merkel as party leader and thus for the continuation of the Merkel system.
BayonneA virtue-signalling French school teacher "adopted" what appears to be a 30-year-old adult man posing as "16-year-old refugee" to live with her and her four daughters in their home.