haven't been to Greece in years. Are the Albanian illegals returning home now that job opportunities are dwindling? Is there a move in Greece to increase border security or deport the Albanians? An estimated 10% of Greece's population is made up of illegal immigrant Albanians.
There's some 800,000 of the buggers, according to one estimate, in Greece. Don't know if that includes the illegals. Some have papers so they have permanent resident status. Some have picked up and left, others haven't given up so easily. I expect more will leave as the jobs situation worsens as it undoubtedly will in the coming months I live in a rural area and the ones that are here do mostly construction and whatever odd jobs they can find, they're not the farming type. Don't hold your breath waiting for the government here to expel the illegals. The EU bureaucrats will step in with their human rights BS. The EU as a policy encourages immigration into EU countries because it breaks down ethnic identity and discourages nationalism. The EU's two worst enemies.