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Author Topic: Is the Salvini-Orban meeting more of a threat to the EU than Brexit.  (Read 11 times)
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August 29, 2018, 08:03:03 AM

Salvini and Orban are both anti-immigration, and critical of the EU. In fact, Italy is threatening to withhold it's payments to the EU. I've thought all along that Brexit meant Brexit, and the only option was for a clean break. Had this been started two years ago, then we would have been able to create good trade deals with various countries in the European dis-Union, and this would have been beneficial to all. The possible rebellion by Hungary and Italy is going to cause major disruptions at a time when the EU should be negotiating to continue trade with the strengthening United Kingdom. London is still the major financial capital in the world, and is ahead of New York by many standards. The banking crisis in Italy and other EU countries means that Brussels needs to preserve free access to the London financial services.

So what do you think Salvini and Orban will be discussing, and how will it affect EU policy towards immigration and their economies?

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August 29, 2018, 07:49:09 PM

If you look closely, EU is already taking stricter stance considering migration. Orban and Salvini are the big mouths, but most leaders want control and limits.
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