In Guyana, the immigration regulation causes concern | EUROtoday

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The immigration invoice, adopted definitively on Tuesday, is inflicting concern in Guyana, the place virtually two thirds of the inhabitants weren’t born on French territory. In the cosmopolitan district of Sablance in Macouria, the inhabitants, Surinamese, Haitians, Brazilians and Guyanese, worry that the regulation will weaken them of their each day lives. At the University of Cayenne, overseas college students, who characterize almost a 3rd of these enrolled, are additionally nervous by the creation of a deposit supplied for within the regulation.

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