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New agreement makes it easier to take the pass from fremmedkrigere

the Government and DF have agreed on new rules to make it possible to deprive fremmedkrigere Danish citizenship administratively. This means that there is no ne

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New agreement makes it easier to take the pass from fremmedkrigere

the Government and DF have agreed on new rules to make it possible to deprive fremmedkrigere Danish citizenship administratively. This means that there is no need for a court.

It informs the Aliens affairs and Integration.

'I am very pleased that the government and the Danish people's Party agree that we administrative to be able to deprive fremmedkrigere with dual citizenship their Danish citizenship,' says immigration and integration minister Inger Støjberg (V) in a press release.

'The people here are drawn in the war against democracy, freedom and all that, which we in Denmark stand for, and they belong nowhere at home in Denmark.'

the Government and the Danish people's Party have also agreed on a change of indfødsretsloven.

If a Danish citizen, who is drawn in the war for instance, the Islamic State, have a child on the journey, the child must no longer have the Danish citizenship.

the Goal is to remove the automaticity in that children who are born in areas where it is illegal to enter or reside, get Danish citizenship, if their Danish parent have entered illegally.

- Their parents have turned Denmark back, and so there is no reason why their children have become Danish citizens, says Inger Støjberg.

Indfødsretsordføreren in the Danish people's Party, Christian Langballe, hope that the new, stricter rules can be a 'wake-up call to people that they need not to travel to terrorzoner'.

- I believe that we must do everything, they don't come back to Denmark. After all, they have waived any right and any connection to Denmark, and then they are incredibly dangerous. There are also an account of the Danish society, he says.

the Police Intelligence service (PET) estimated last year that at least 150 people since 2012, have travelled from Denmark to Syria and Iraq. About one-third is returned to Denmark.

PET also assessed that 'some udrejste women have brought children to the conflict zone, and some have had children down there'.

the 40 adults fremmedkrigere are still in the conflict zone, and ten of them are in prison, lighted Pape at a consultation on Wednesday. They are not all Danish nationals. The rest are in Denmark, traveled to other countries or been killed.

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