To exchange money for refugees — such a deal to offer developing countries the representatives of the coalition of the Union and the CDU. They propose to reduce or eliminate so-called “support payments” (Entwicklungshilfe) countries that will not cooperate with the German immigration authorities during the deportations.
Mostly the initiative comes from the Prime Minister of Saxony Kretchmer Michael (Michael Kretschmer). As the politician said in an interview with FAZ, in most cases, deportation complicates refugees ‘ lack of the number of required documents. To provide their needs embassies of the countries from which people profit. However, they do not — for various reasons, but mostly because I don’t want. In turn, Kretschmer offers a tough but rational action.
“We can’t pay the aid for development to countries that do not accept their citizens back,” the politician said, according to German media.
However, this does not mean that the coalition is campaigning does not help. In particular, the Saxon Prime Minister proposes to replace financial assistance for non-financial. For example, it can be supply of equipment, training or banal “humanitarian aid”. Simply put, give third world countries a fishing rod instead of fish feed. The purpose of the experiment is simple: to Germany no longer perceived as a lucrative trough.
“People still choose the country with the most attractive for them social payments and so regularly come to Germany. So there should no longer continue,” said Michael Kretschmer.
It supports and Bavarian interior Minister of Bavaria, Joachim Herrmann (Joachim Herrmann). Politician offers before you accrue funding for the country to immediately clarify whether it is ready to assist Germany in the deportation. “The failure to cooperate should not be encouraged by payment to development”, — says Mr. Herrmann.
Also, the initiators of the decision suggested that the government set a limit on support and asylum shelters. How to reduce the koalitsionerov did not specify. Obviously, we are talking about reducing the amount of benefits.
To tighten immigration policy summit spoke after the scandal in Ellwangen. Residents of the local freedom of a refugee was surrounded by the patrol who were going to deport native-born. The balance of forces was obviously unequal: one hundred and fifty migrants against four police officers.
81% of Germans believe that the migration services can not cope with deportations as it should.
(according to the polling Institute public opinion research Emnid in order edition of Bild )