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Home Secretary Nancy Faeser is sending the wrong signal to the world

The federal government's crisis summits have not recently been the highlights of political action, but rather quick wound dressings.

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Home Secretary Nancy Faeser is sending the wrong signal to the world

The federal government's crisis summits have not recently been the highlights of political action, but rather quick wound dressings. Rather than addressing the root causes of the problems, at best they provided some relief. The refugee summit of Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD) with the federal states and municipalities is another example of this - and a missed opportunity to react appropriately to the current refugee numbers.

The federal government will provide 4,000 properties to accommodate refugees, extend border controls and appeal to the Serbian government to stop visa-free entry for third-country nationals, which has led to an increase in illegal entries into the EU. That's the whole result. Disappointing, as city officials call it, is an understatement.

Apart from the fact that the appeal to Belgrade is unlikely to make an impression there, it is not enough to offer a few apartments and patrol the federal borders more often. It would be crucial in this phase of sharply rising numbers of refugees and asylum seekers and increasing cases of illegal entry to admit that all the resources in this country will not be sufficient to adequately care for all these people.

The consequence of this should be that it is not right, for example, to make it easier for people with no prospect of asylum to stay in Germany permanently. And that it is a mistake to raise the age limit from 21 to 27 for those who are allowed to stay in the country if they are considered "integrable".

The latter should be a message to young men all over the world that you only have to make it once to get to Germany – then somehow you manage to stay.

But that is exactly what the Interior Minister is planning with her Opportunity Residence Act. The Bundestag can still correct the draft. Hope he does.

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