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Germany tightened the rules for deportations

After an emotional debate, the German Bundestag approved on Friday a bill to improve the enforcement of the obligation to leave the country. It is about the fact that rejected asylum seekers should be made more difficult to avoid deportation.

the project's 372 deputies voted. 159 deputies rejected the draft. 111 parliamentarians abstained. Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said: "A duty to leave the country must also follow an actual departure."

Left and the greens accused the government parties, social Democrats (SPD), you had chosen from the calculus of Power and against their own Conviction in favor of the bill. This lowers the hurdles for a detention centres, and allows the accommodation of immigration detainees in regular prisons. The Green MEP Filiz Polat said it was a "black day for democracy".

The coalition of Christian Democrats and the SPD it is with the law in the core of the matter is, the powers of the police and aliens authorities in Germany to extend less deportations fail. Among other things, there should be penalties for rejected asylum seekers, indicating a false identity or the procurement of travel documents behind drive. (Dec/sda)

Created: 07.06.2019, 13:57 PM

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