Martin Ådahl (C) claims in its reply that the Januariöverenskommelsen ”point for point” check of the problems with the Swedish integration. Sweden needs to take the problems we see today in much more seriously if we are to solve them.
Sweden has one of integration. If we continue on the path of failures, it will have a huge impact. A half-baked migration over several decades has made that the areas grown where many young people barely know of someone with Swedish as their mother tongue, and where too many students leave school with incomplete grades. The children of immigrants grow up and are at risk of inheriting their parents ' dependency.
Four out of ten pupils with foreign background was not competent to the high school last year – almost three times as many as all others combined. The level of lethal violence with firearms is more than twice as high among young men in Sweden, as the european average.
the Government and stödpartiernas policy is far from sufficient. The need for increased demands from society, and that a clear distinction is in the wallet of the to work instead of go on benefits. The police need more tools and more resources to crack the gangs, but in the government and stödpartiernas budget is cutting money to the Police. There is also need for a system shift in the Swedish subsidy policy. None of this comes.
, despite Sweden's extensive integration problems. It is directly harmful. We will be guaranteed to fail with our daunting task to integrate the several hundred thousand people who have already come to our country in the last decade, if we once again increase the asylinvandringen. Migration and integration belong simply together.
I offer with joy Martin Ådahl and all the other mps who have not understood the magnitude of today's integration problems to follow me out to the suburb. Then maybe we can find a constructive tone about what is actually required to improve the integration.