Saturday, April 23, 2011
The influx of Tunisian refugees has put strain on the Schengen accord. France wants to modify the agreement to allow for temporary suspensions. The PS is outraged; the FN wants the accord abolished straightaway. Anyone who has seen the images of the long outdoor bread and soup lines in a park near the Périph', where many of the refugees are living in cardboard shelters along the railroad tracks, has to concede that there must be a more humane way to deal with the situation.