British PM sees lower influx of Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants than Polish one

Newsroom 02/05/2013 | 08:30

British prime minister David Cameron said the influx of Romanian and Bulgarian immigrants is set to be lower than that of Polish one. “I don’t think we’ll have anything like the situation we had in the Polish situation” said Cameron, quoted by the Telegraph.

“When a country joins the European Union you can put in place transitional controls. You can say to that country, ‘You can’t all come here for the first seven years. (…) The last government, when Poland and a lot of other countries joined, didn’t put those controls in place. And because other countries did, we did have an enormous amount of people from Poland and those other countries. (…) This time because the transitional controls have been put in we are not lifting the restrictions on Romania and Bulgaria alone, it’s happening right across Europe. So I don’t think we’ll have anything like the situation we had in the Polish situation,” Cameron said, quoted by the same source.

 

 

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