Danes Reassert Control Of Borders

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
07/07/2011
       
Danes Reassert Control Of Borders

Denmark has imposed border controls to stop uncontrolled immigration.

The country made the move under pressure from the conservative Danish People's Party, but the new controls, the country says, are in keeping with the Schengen Agreement, which created the Schengen zone of 25 European countries that allow free movement across national borders.

The action to regain some control of Danish sovereignty from the European Union comes as the political entity attempts to deal with the influx of Africans who swarmed Italy earlier this year.
 

Denmark has imposed border controls to stop uncontrolled immigration.

The country made the move under pressure from the conservative Danish People's Party, but the new controls, the country says, are in keeping with the Schengen Agreement, which created the Schengen zone of 25 European countries that allow free movement across national borders.

The action to regain some control of Danish sovereignty from the European Union comes as the political entity attempts to deal with the influx of Africans who swarmed Italy earlier this year.

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