Where can we get a PM like the PM of Norway?

The Norwegian PM demanded migrants get a job and integrate in her country

Thank goodness strong female leaders who put their countries first and who are prepared to fight for Muslim women’s rights do still exist. In Norway, their PM? Conservative leader Erna Solberg is showing herself to be tougher than most, if not all of her contemporaries all over Europe.

[…] The Scandinavian country?have?kept maintained a hard stance on the European migrant crisisand successfully challenged?European Union?migrant quotas, which enabled them to maintain the regular border checks that were introduced at the beginning of this year, and designed to limit the flow of irregular migrants.[…]

[…] The Norwegian PM demanded migrants get a job and integrate in her country

“Norwegian society won’t pay you benefits if you are refusing to work for religious reasons”

?There is also a clear view that if you move and get refuge, you have to live by Norwegian standards, you can?t come and think you live in your home country when it comes to women?s rights, not to be puzzled if you see two men kiss on the street, because there are gay people in our countries and it is normal, it?s part of our system.?

Upon being challenged about religious differences between her country and that of arriving migrants, she rebuked: ?I do not think it is a complex issue that if you are going to come to country.

?You have to work to sustain a living, you cannot say no to jobs like working in a restaurant where they will serve pork or alcohol.

?You cannot expect that the Norwegian society will pay you benefits if you are refusing to work for religious reasons.

?There are too lower of migrants women working in Norway, we know that some reasons are they have a lot of children, so that is work in itself.

?But sometimes it is also because they make some demands that make it more difficult for them to get a job and sometimes it is because their husbands don?t like to see them get too involved in Norwegian society, because then they get a taste of freedom of women in our society, so there is also some type of patriarchy in this.?

How refreshing, a PM who is a true feminist. Religion should not be allowed to impinge on women’s equal rights inside a country that claims to protect and cherish equal rights.

Ms Solberg added that around 3,100 refugees are being allowed to make home in Noway as they continue to participate in helping solve the humanitarian crisis.

The Scandinavian country is a part of the Schengen Zone, which was created to allow citizens of EU member countries to travel freely without passport checks to other nations within the area.

-express.co.uk

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