More questions for the (national) election campaign: from immigrants to housing
Lack of labor force. This is one of the most predictable challenges that the Romanian society will have to face if the economic growth will continue. Receiving immigrants will be a must. From where to attract them, which qualifications should they have would be normal questions to be asked in a rational election campaign, not to mention vividly maintaining them on top of the public agenda.
The country has a few to offer in terms of infrastructure and quality of life, but it has large, almost virgin spaces, currently uninhabited. Should we extend the built in areas to those spaces? Would this, in conjunction to developing infrastructure and promoting teleworking, a solution to attract Western migrants, in search for a life closer to nature, far from the hectic life of the big cities?
How would the low educated Romanian population react if better educated foreigners will come to settle down here and to earn better than the local people?
How would the same population react if the new residents would be black or Asians? Are social tensions predictable? How should we avoid them?
Should we continue talking about the Utopian plan to repatriate our migrants from
And, no matter which way to chose, how should we stimulate building new houses, bigger, better endowed, and adequate to the contemporary standards, from which we are still far beyond?