Promoting mass immigration has been one of the ways to combat Mestizo ethnic unity in Brazil. Many immigrants and descendants do not accept Brazilian national identity as a mestizo and seek to replace it with multiculturalism through the institutionalization of immigrantism, negrism and indigenism in legislation. Nowadays, parties of the left, in order to meet the globalist agenda, have been their main promoters, adding islamization as a way of undermining the Christian identity of the Nation.
The rapporteur for the bill that creates the Migration Law (PL 2516/15), the self-declared negro deputy Orlando Silva, of the Communist Party of Brazil (Partido Comunista do Brasil – PCdoB), said that some points of the discussion are already consolidated, such as equality between Brazilians and immigrants: “I am convinced that legislation should ensure that there is no distinction between nationals and migrants.”
He highlighted this point during a public hearing on Wednesday (03/16) of the special commission that examines the proposal to replace the Statute of Foreign (Law 6.815/80), in force since 1980. The hearing was requested by the communist deputy Ivan Valente, of the Socialism and Liberty Party (Partido Socialismo e Liberdade – PSOL).
During the hearing, this ban on the distinction between Brazilians and foreigners was defended by the coordinator of the Research and Extension Group on Human Rights and International Urban Mobility at the University of Santa Maria (RS), Giuliana Redin.
She states that, since the Federal Constitution does not have any rule that distinguishes between Brazilians and foreigners, except in relation to political rights, it is important that the new law sticks to any attempt of an infraconstitutional norm to establish differential treatment in rights.
Foreigners with the same rights as Brazilians to hold public office
According to the researcher, in addition to denying the distinction, it is fundamental that the norm establish as a principle the development of laws and practices aimed at progressively reducing the legal difference of immigrants and Brazilians.
“Suddenly, there is a new infraconstitutional norm, for some matter up front, to understand that a different treatment should be given to the national, some priority. It is possible to cite an example as in the Mais Médicos Program and other issues that prioritize before the Brazilian to the access”, said Giuliana.
For her, the new law must still recognize immigration as a human right. It also emphasizes that the visa should be considered a document that ensures the right of entry into national territory. According to the project, the visa generates only an expectation of admission. For Redin, as described in the proposal, the foreigner is subject to the decision of the State.
Federal prosecutor Érika Pires, a representative of the South American Network for Environmental Migration, stressed the importance of adding in legislation comprehensive protection for people and communities affected by environmental disasters.
According to the prosecutor, it is necessary to include in the definition of migrant, described in the bill, the concept of displaced environmental, who are those who move because they are forced to leave the place because of lack of means of survival.
According to her, there is still no legislation guaranteeing protection to these people: “Due to a great earthquake, or great flood, that has a significant impact on life, on the integrity of these people, on security, that they may migrate even outside their country and have adequate protection in the host country, and not to enter an irregular situation and thus be exposed to serious and widespread violations of human rights.”
For the rapporteur, Mr Orlando Silva, it is necessary to deepen the debate on this specific point, which deals with the environmental dislocation.
With informations of Agência Câmara Notícias.