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Traveling to Mayotte this Sunday, Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin introduced a constitutional overview of the chief aimed toward abolishing land rights on the island. A choice which comes within the context of a migration disaster in Mayotte, the place “citizen collectives” arrange each day roadblocks to protest in opposition to insecurity and unlawful immigration.

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The govt needs to maneuver up a gear. Gérald Darmanin, touring to Mayotte, introduced on Sunday February 11 a constitutional revision to remove land legislation on the Indian Ocean island, which is going through a critical migration disaster.

“We are going to take a radical decision, which is the inclusion of the end of land law in Mayotte in a constitutional revision that the President of the Republic will choose,” declared the Minister of the Interior upon his arrival on the island. , paralyzed for 3 weeks by roadblocks put in by “citizen collectives” to protest in opposition to insecurity and uncontrolled immigration.

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“It will no longer be possible to become French if you are not yourself the child of French parents,” he added, assuring that this “will literally cut off the attractiveness” that the Mahorais archipelago, confronted with to robust immigration, significantly from the neighboring Comoros.

“It is an extremely strong, clear, radical measure, which obviously will be limited to the Mayotte archipelago,” he added.

He specified that the abolition of land rights in Mayotte will make it doable to “put an end to the territorialized visa”, a system which prevents holders of a residence allow in Mayotte from coming to France and the abolition of which is without doubt one of the calls for citizen collectives.

“Since we will have many fewer residence permits and we will no longer have the possibility of being French when we come to Mayotte, territorialized visas are no longer necessary,” assured the minister.

According to him, the abolition of territorialized residence permits have to be recorded in a Mayotte invoice which will likely be studied within the National Assembly “in the coming weeks”.

Since January 22, the collective of “Forces vives de Mayotte” has maintained roadblocks within the 4 corners of the island, paralyzing site visitors and disrupting the financial lifetime of the poorest division in France to protest in opposition to insecurity and the disaster migratory.

With AFP