Monday, September 22, 2008

Government U-turn on undocumented migrant workers

THE GOVERNMENT is to set up a programme to regularise the status of undocumented migrant workers in Ireland who previously held work permits.

Senior officials told unions and employers at social partnership talks last week that the scheme will be aimed at foreign national workers who have become undocumented through "no fault of their own".

The move appears to be a significant U-turn by the Government, which previously signalled that any such move could provide an incentive for illegal immigration.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The government is high on political correctness. Multiracialism(Irish governments adopted ideology) is the key to destroy Irish cohesiveness.

Is it any surprise that our illustrious (good grief) government has bent the rules and created every possible loophole to cater to the illegal(mostly third world) migrants? Ony to accelerate the division of Irish communities and the dilution of our unique culture?

Must they sell us out for mere short term power and profit?

Ireland was one of, if not THE last country in Europe to seriously multiculturalize. Later to be blitzed by illegal third-worlders(including moslems) who would never leave without force.

Now Ireland, because of our indigenous small population of 3.9 million, shall be the first country in Europe to have its native people to become a minority in their own homeland if the current stampede of migrants continue. And it sure looks like it will now!