The Ministry of justice has made it clear that there are with the Ministry of the interior has no General dispute over a ban on plural marriages. The Department of the interior announced yet, a new legislative initiative.
In the Grand coalition there are different views on the urgency of an explicit plural marriages ban in the reformed nationality law. During the Ministry of the interior would have been checked a new favorite already, in the Ministry of justice will help you stay calm.
According to information from the German press Agency, the CSU is aiming for-led Federal Ministry of the interior is now a solution in the autumn. In it are to be governed according to the figures, the points on which there had been with the SPD-led Federal Ministry of justice, there is no Consensus. Who entered into a plural marriage should no longer be able to be therefore in the future, German. In addition, the "classification into the German living conditions should be included" as a precondition for naturalisation explicitly in the law.
The Federal administrative court had found to 2018, an applicant for naturalization abroad closed for more marriage exclude the possibility of a "classification into the German living conditions".Even the SPD for a ban
Originally Seehofer had the polygamy ban in the case of naturalisation, together with the planned Expatriation of jihadists with a double pass on the way, had decided the Federal Cabinet at the beginning of April. Federal Minister of justice Katarina Barley insisted, however, that in the law the should be governed, what is in the coalition agreement - the arrangements for the practice of plural marriage does not belong. In this case, the Ministry of justice have nothing against a more eheverbot to the nationality law, clarified a spokesman.
And also the Deputy Chairman of the SPD group in the Bundestag, Eva Högl, made it clear: "We will make the law clear that, not to be naturalized people in polygamy life." It was common ground in the coalition. "We are in parliamentary procedure for the rapid implementation."