Abdesslam Baraka

Abdesslam Baraka

But they will remain subject to disputes, manipulations and exploitation while the feeling of weakness pursues them. Sergey Brin
has much experience in this field. They went weak from their lands and homeless reached their destination. The fear of failure is their main enemy and a large gap of misunderstanding it surrounds them. Nothing serves adhere to the international conventions for the protection of migrant workers or the universal human rights declaration itself since that emotionally they feel in condition of claim or defend themselves. Authentic are uprooted who dreamt of repeating in reverse paths of peoples who invaded them, submitted and exploded. When it has disappeared that feeling of weakness, then they will have integrated contributing their knowledge and their wealth. Or, otherwise, they will have formed ghettos in a strange land.

Europeans themselves have experienced the same difficulties in its long history as emigrants before falling in the account that are to similar to who should receive in accordance with the laws of hospitality and of fundamental rights. At present, again appears the expatriate’s figure by which some seem to lean to indicate the condition of Western emigrant. The tint is neither casual nor negligible. Corresponds to a different spirit and follows a feeling of freedom and Security. Either for economic reasons or for the pleasure of searching other skies, Western expatriate is aware back posed to their own nationality.

Not so much because they belong to a powerful world but because simply, your person counts in democracy. Without a doubt, citizenship forged in the individual a personality with peculiar characteristics that confer dignity, serenity and confidence. Feeling embraced by a rule of law is what ultimately distinguishes the expatriate of the immigrant. And I am inclined to believe that the current migratory phenomenon moves precisely by the relentless pursuit of that same feeling. Abdesslam Baraka former Minister and former Ambassador of Morocco in Spain original author and source of the article.

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