jeudi 2 juin 2011

Serbia: 100,000 Asian women to repopulate Serbia?


In September 2008 the Secretary of State for Labour and Social Policy of Serbia and President of the Movement of Veterans of Serbia, Zeljko Vasiljevic (46) formulated the project to import more than 100,000 women to repopulate Serbia. He meant large-scale importation of Lao, Burmese, Cambodian and Vietnamese women for marriage to unmarried Serbian particularly those from the most remote countryside.
        
"They are Buddhists, a religion close to the Orthodox religion and they are working. Most importantly they have the cult of fertility and can make 3, 4 or 5 children," he told Radio B92.
"I will not tolerate this type of attitude, which strikes public opinion in both Serbia and abroad. We've had calls all day asking if the state was trafficking in human beings" rebelled against his colleague, Minister of Labour and Social Affairs Rasim Ljajic (45 years), chairman of the Democratic Party of Sandzak Muslims.
        
The Serbian government powerless witness to the decline in population from year to year.
        
The Republic of Serbia which has kept Belgrade (former capital of Yugoslavia) as its capital covers an area of ​​88,361 km2 and is inhabited by 7,498,001 inhabitants with a density of 106.34 people per km2. It has the largest European diaspora in the world (12 to 13 million).
        
Since July 11, 2004, is chaired by Serbia Boris Tadic (b. 1958). He was reelected February 3, 2008.

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