The Codevelopment, Greatness and Decadence of a Noble Aspiration
The Codevelopment, which points out the implication of immigrated populations in the development of their native country, is a recent phenomenon. In the 1980s the state was interested, within the framework of negotiations between the North and the South, in the equitable redistribution of wealth but since then, immigration has ... [Show full abstract] become a domestic policy issue and the Codevelopment an answer associated with the reduction of immigration and development. Thus, the institutional provisions established since 1997 have fluctuated between these two directions. With the creation of the Minister of Immigration, Integration, Codevelopment and National Identity in May 2007, immigration control is privileged and has become a question of associating it with the states of origin.