Us law mandating country of origin

To me this is about, no matter who lives in these areas and who they believe in, they have to profess to the values required to have a good life in Denmark.”Yildiz Akdogan, a Social Democrat whose parliamentary constituency includes Tingbjerg, which is classified as a ghetto, said Danes had become so desensitized to harsh rhetoric about immigrants that they no longer register the negative connotation of the word “ghetto” and its echoes of Nazi Germany’s separation of Jews.

Mjolnerparken is, by the numbers, one of Denmark’s worst ghettos: 43 percent of its residents are unemployed, 82 percent come from “non-Western backgrounds,” 53 percent have scant education and 51 percent have relatively low earnings.“We call them ‘ghetto children, ghetto parents,’ it’s so crazy,” Ms. “It is becoming a mainstream word, which is so dangerous.

The obligation to provide nutrition information will apply from 13 December 2016.

This Notice was drafted in collaboration with EU countries.

On 13 July 2017, the Commission adopted a Notice on the provision of information on substances or products causing allergies or intolerances.

Other Danish citizens are free to choose whether to enroll children in preschool up to the age of six.

Denmark’s government is introducing a new set of laws to regulate life in 25 low-income and heavily Muslim enclaves, saying that if families there do not willingly merge into the country’s mainstream, they should be compelled.

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