The bills will be presented to Parliament on Tuesday, beginning what promises to be weeks of debate while opponents most likely stage protests and try to derail the process. On Monday, the immediate reaction was muted. Both the ruling right-wing Law and Justice party and its opponents promised to study the proposals, though all sides found something to criticize. Law and Justice said the proposals were not entirely acceptable, but were good enough to provide a start for further debate.
“We like it here because of the peace and the quiet,” said Mr. al Mekhyal, 49, as his wife nodded agreement, her eyes peering from a narrow slit in her face-covering niqab. It was only this year, as his wife was stocking up at the local Tesco superstore, that a furious young man began harassing her, calling her names, telling her to go back home. Others have noticed the change, too.
That is when Mr. Ledecky decided to take what is still a novel and controversial approach to the Roma in his country — working to better integrate them with the community. When Mr. Ledecky and a few young residents took over the village council in 1998, the Roma lived in shacks without electricity, almost all were unemployed and a fifth of the children were in so-called special schools that taught them little and segregated them.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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