Mauro should be back to Angola
That said Minister for immigration and asylum Gerd Leers (CDA) Wednesday morning after a confidential consultation with the House of representatives. The Minister had previously pledged to examine all the possibilities. But that went unheeded. Laidlaw wants the policy ' consistently ' run and sees no possibilities to the boy. Mauro has now heard the news, said Lai. "That will be nice."
The past few weeks, Mauro received a good amount of support from the people. On almost all Dutch people on social media called to Mauro. An online petition was signed by thousands. But in spite of everything. The second Room holds a public debate next week about Mauro. The question is whether that something can change to the decision. Earlier there was another Room majority who found that Mauro had to stay, but after completion of the consultation with Laidlaw left Christian Democratic Appeal politician Raymond Knops, however, know that he supports the Prime Minister.