The European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee voted on November 6 to give the go-ahead to the proposed European Return Fund, which aims to improve the management of the return of illegal immigrants to their country of origin. The amendments adopted were based on a compromise with Commission and Council which should mean the legislation enters into force from January 2008. Three other funds covering related policy areas were also approved. The European Return Fund is part of the Commission’...


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