”With respect to how the law is designed and set out in the explanatory memorandum considers the appeal to bosättningslagen not set up any obstacle to a municipality provides accommodation that is only temporary to the newly arrived as described,” writes the court of appeal in the judgment according to a press release.
According to the law, it is not clear in the text what is meant by to receive a new arrival for residence in the municipality. Nor is it clear to what extent the municipalities are obliged to provide newcomers with housing or how these should be arranged.
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