“Announcements for conducting the census in April 2020 without recording ethnic and religious affiliation, and recording only the mother tongue, has already polarized the public. Social networks also announce a boycott of this statistical operation, political parties argue between each other, and experts compare different examples in the neighborhood and across Europe with bi or multinational societies.

Experiences vary from one country to another, and a unified model cannot be found under which countries differentiate their citizens according to race, ethnicity, religion and nationality.” (Nezavisen)