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The German authorities are alarmed by the initiative of the EU Parliament.

According to promoted by the European Parliament’s amendments to do with asylum is the country where there are living relatives of the applicant. German authorities are afraid that Germany will have to make significantly more migrants.


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The German government fears that the new regulations for asylum in the EU Germany will have to accept a lot more refugees. As reported on Saturday, January 13 edition of Der Spiegel, the concern of the authorities due to the intention of the European Parliament to make changes to the Dublin agreement.

Germany will have to accept considerably more refugees

Today the issue of asylum is considered by immigration authorities of the country where migrants first applied for asylum or for the first time stepped on the land of the EU. However, after the adoption of the amendments to the Dublin agreement to address this issue, in certain circumstances, be a country in which reside relatives of the asylum seeker . Thus, Germany would have to accept considerably more refugees, says the report of the Federal Ministry of the interior. In turn, the upper limit for reception set by the authorities, “frustrated”.

Most of the representatives of the interior Ministry of Germany are concerned that, according to the proposals of the European Parliament, to establish the relationship “is quite simple verbal approval.” “If each of the 1.4 million people who from 2015, has requested asylum in Germany, will be the link to other refugees, we need to talk about quite other terms than the family reunion,” said state Secretary at the Ministry of internal Affairs of Germany OLE Schroeder (Ole Schröder).

German authorities hope that the EU Council of Ministers will reject the amendment

At the same time the deputies from the block of Christian parties CDU/CSU and the Social democratic party of Germany (SPD) in the European Parliament voted to adopt changes to the Dublin agreement. Monica Hohlmeier (Monika Hohlmeier), representing in the European Parliament, the CSU, said that the controversial amendments to the Dublin agreement approved “one set” with other important changes. “We hope that the EU Council of Ministers will seek amendments to the definition of the family,” said Hallmayer.

In turn, the German authorities hope that the EU Council of Ministers rejects the proposals of the European Parliament. “Negotiations on the common system of distribution of refugees in any case should not lead to a worsening of the already asymmetrical loads,” the politics of the CDU/CSU, Stefan Meyer (Stephan Mayer) and Stefan Herbert (Stephan Harbarth) in a letter to the leadership of the faction “people’s party” in the European Parliament.

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