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". Mr President, Mrs Lambert’s report should spur us on to deliberate seriously on this issue. The facts that the report describes are worrying. While the European Commission continues with new initiatives in the area of asylum and legal immigration, it appears that the implementation cannot be controlled. The cost calculation, data on asylum applications and the handling of personal details are inadequate. I find that a worrying conclusion. If the Dublin system already does not operate as it should, how will it work with the new initiatives on migration? Can this House rely on the Council and the Commission to make serious work of the cost calculation? Will the protection of personal data be taken seriously then? I am very keen to hear what conclusion the Council draws from Mrs Lambert’s report. It is clear to me that the Dublin system is not perfect yet. Can the Council investigate whether the exchange of data will work properly with the new initiatives on asylum and migration?"@en1

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