quinta-feira, 3 de setembro de 2015

Iceland opens the doors to the Syrian refugees

A Facebook page that asks the Government to take more refugees, accounts for more than 14 thousand followers, almost 5% of the population of the country (300 thousand inhabitants).

Dissatisfied with the Government's intention to host only 50 Syrians over the next two years, thousands of netizens didn't hesitate to put the House up for disposal.

A weight argument which led the Prime Minister, Sigmund Gunnlaugsson, reviewing quotas, unannounced to have numbers.

The Minister of Social Affairs Eygló Harðardóttir, acknowledges that "a large number of people encouraged us to improve our goals and it filled me with optimism. We're not going to build more camps. We want people to get in our society, who have jobs and houses, their children attend our schools and they're invited to birthday parties. "

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