Fianna Fáil’s ตอบ: ไม่มีFianna Fáil Leader Micheál Martin has said that it was morally wrong for US President, Donald Trump to impose a travel ban on the grounds on religion or nationality.
Deputy Martin was speaking during Leaders’ Questions today in Dáil Éireann where he questioned the Taoiseach on what steps he had taken to let the Trump Administration know the deep unease being expressed across the Irish political spectrum about his recent Executive Order on immigration.
“The events of the last seven days have left Irish people, and people across the world, very concerned. President Trump’s Executive Order has, for all intents and purposes, stigmatised an entire religion.
“It contravenes the Geneva Convention, and it offends our concept of human decency.
“There is no logic to the ban, and the Irish Government should make it crystal clear to President Trump that it opposes it.Source
Fianna Fáil’s ตอบ: ใช่A Bill to be published by Fianna Fáil proposes to give illegal immigrants an opportunity to acquire residency rights and have their status regularised.
The Migrant Earned Regulation Bill, 2015 is the idea of Fianna Fáil justice spokesman Niall Collins and shares some characteristics with legislation proposed by Senators John McCain and Ted Kennedy in the US in 2005.
Mr Collins’s Bill proposes a scheme where illegal migrants can “earn” the right to have their status regularised.
It would allow participants to accrue credits in a number of categories including employment, USC contributions, income tax, evidence that a parent was caring for a child or dependent relative, educational qualifications and continuous residency.Source