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Re: The Brexit referendum thread: potential consequences for GB, EU and the Brits in

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-Visigrad states are about to embark on a nationalist movement around this same issue of FMOP and immigration.
Strangely enough, in this declaration from after the refugee crisis started, they support it quite strongly
http://www.visegradgroup.eu/calendar...f-the-151221-1
"However, as the Visegrád Group countries consider the freedom of movement one of the fundamental values of the European Union, proposals regarding this area remain the most sensitive issue for us. In this respect, we will not support any solutions which would be discriminatory or limit free movement."

In this article from June, their leaders want to preserve it
https://www.ft.com/content/22070daa-...6-a4a71e8140b0

Its simply deluded to believe that a countries whose citizens are benefiting a lot from being able to migrate freely to richer Western Europe are strongly in support this right to be taken away.

Of course, if one has no clue what EU free movement is really about, its easy to miss that what they strongly oppose is mandatory refugee quotas, which has nothing to do with the EU freedom of movement.

The Leave lie, that equates freedom of movement with being forced to accept refugees, continues.
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