The Call

August 21, 2010 by staff 

The Call, the first woman Prime Minister Julia Gillard said the election in Australia is very close, and the country remain interim leader until a result is known, said it’s pre-election next Saturday in the hope more government.But close to 50 years and should not be the next government to be known by days.Gillard says there are many places where the outcome is not decided where to establish a series of days, calculated on the record. In the vote for independent candidates and the Australian Greens party votes could decide the outcome, with the possibility of increasing the principal parties to an agreement with social groups to come together to form a government.

When a shipment of Tamils Iceland landed in Vancouver last week has attracted many of British Columbia with a sea of similar hundreds taken by Chinese immigrants 11 years ago.In both cases, men and women were compared in a bad boat state. Some identification made, others not. Everyone wants asylum applications on the surface of the scenarios Canada.On file look similar, but the circumstances giving rise to mass exodus are largely different.The 599 Chinese men, women and children in British Columbia acted four ships were oxidized, the total economic migrants. For many, the ultimate goal of a new life in the United States slip

“There is absolutely no reason why these people go underground and disappear. You have absolutely nothing to gain from this,” said Gloria Nafziger, Refugee Coordinator at Amnesty International Toronto, Canada followed by a treatment based on the last group of migrants. Vancouver immigration lawyer Douglas Cannon also recalls the summer of 1999, when the whole nation was abuzz with talk of “boat people” of China.Cannon up to 11 immigrants, including many women, when they finished their way through the refugee system – a rigorous process for a heated political climate after the arrival of migrants.

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