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所跟帖: cwing 就这梅妈之前还拿腔作调的把川普训了一通,卖台的骂一中的投共   2017-02-10 09:43:05  


作者: 寒江月   RT:Federation and countries agreed on a plan 2017-02-10 10:23:13  [点击:601]
Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and the Prime Ministers of the Länder have agreed on a plan to deport rejected asylum seekers faster and more consistently. A law is being worked out.

Last update: 09.02.2017 | Lesedauer: 3 minutes

Federal Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and the Prime Ministers of the Länder have agreed on a plan to deport rejected asylum seekers faster and more consistently. A law is being worked out.

and and Länder want to deport rejected asylum seekers faster and more consistently from Germany. At a meeting of the Prime Ministers with Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) on Thursday in Berlin, both sides agreed on a much more intensive cooperation on deportation. Merkel said that the legal basis should be created in a timely manner. However, some details still need to be clarified.

The Federal Government had presented a comprehensive catalog of measures, which is fundamentally supported by the Länder. A number of departure centers are planned in this area, in which the people leaving the country must be present shortly before their deportation. In addition, a new "Center for the Support of Return" (ZUR) from the Federal Government and the Länder will facilitate collective deferral.

Both sides emphasized that misinformed identity or criminal offenses should result in a fast deportation. On the other hand, incentives for a voluntary return should also be created. The chancellor said that rejected applicants should be returned as early as possible from initial reception facilities. In the medium term, the Federal Police will be given more competences. For this purpose there should be a working group. Appropriate proposals can be found in a federal 16-point plan.

The goal was to ensure that those who did not have a long-term perspective are returned to their home countries within a few weeks - if possible from the initial reception facility - as well, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern's Prime Minister Erwin Sellering (SPD) , who is currently chairing the Prime Minister's Conference (MPK) . When foreigners who were obliged to leave Germany noticed that Germany was serious about the return, the number of voluntary returnees would also rise very sharply.

55,000 people returned voluntarily in 2016

The Länder would like to send personnel for the Federal Republic's proposed center for repatriation, according to the words of Hessian Minister President Volker Bouffier (CDU). "We agree that a recycling center, a bundling of all authorities, some of which already exists, is to be set up under federal responsibility in Potsdam." After the meeting, he pointed out that in the future, Of asylum seekers.

Bouffier made it clear that only the Confederation could negotiate with the countries of origin about the admission of their citizens. Necessities such as issuing passport papers could be better handled centrally. These are, in fact, difficult processes.

Around 55,000 people voluntarily returned from Germany to their countries of origin in 2016, 25,000 were deported. For comparison: last year, 280,000 people in Germany sought protection - after 890,000 in the asylum record year 2015.

Sanctions for nationals who do not consistently deport?

In January around 14,400 foreigners applied for asylum in Germany. Most of them (2712) came from Syria and Iraq (1130). Eritrea (990 applications) and Afghanistan (963) were in positions three and four. Also 573 Turkish citizens applied for asylum in January.

Federal Minister of the Interior, Thomas de Maiziere (CDU), called for more consistency in deportations before the meeting. The number of those who should remain is rising. "But the number of refusals is increasing, so we have to do more for repatriation and deportation," he said in the ARD "Morgenmagazin".

One must be consistent with those who can not stay, added de Maizière. In addition, deportations to Afghanistan are to be included, which is being rejected by some SPD and Green governments. CSU regional team leader Gerda Hasselfeldt called for penalties for federal states in the "Rheinische Post", which do not consistently abort.


https://www.welt.de/politik/deutschland/article161960761/Bund-und-Laender-einig-ueber-konsequentere-Abschiebungen.html

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