On November 6, the prime ministers of the federal states want to discuss with Schaals the prevention of irregular immigration and the financing of the costs of caring for refugees in Germany. On Friday there will be an initial debate between Scholz and CDU/CSU parliamentary group leader Friedrich Merz (CDU) and CSU regional group leader Alexander Dobrindt. The Chancellor is working towards an agreement with the Union. An initial conversation with Merz has already taken place. But the meeting with the Prime Minister next Monday is important.
Toure: “It’s a question of humanity”
He received the support of the ruling party, the FDP. Parliamentary committee leader Tour told “SZ” that his party is also in favor of carrying out asylum procedures in third countries outside the EU. “Such a regulation would create clarity about the security situation and prevent people from taking a dangerous route through the Mediterranean without opportunities. It is also a question of humanity.”
SPD MP: Previous measures “irrelevant patchwork”
Some SPD members of the Bundestag also support asylum procedures outside Europe. According to “SZ”, Frank Schwabe, Lars Castellucci and Fabian Funke have developed a joint project that they want to present to a parliamentary committee. Schwabe told the newspaper that many of the measures currently being discussed are an “incoherent patchwork that doesn’t have a big impact on the numbers.” Therefore, an agreement with the indigenous countries is needed as soon as possible.
“The concept includes that people who drown will be rescued by the state and will no longer be beaten at the border. But the asylum procedure will no longer be carried out in Europe,” Schwabe said. “Anyone arriving at the external borders will seek asylum outside Europe.”
Scholz warns: Keep a “clear head.”
By contrast, in Accra, Ghana’s capital, Scholes said, “there are many things being proposed every day.” “The most important thing is to always keep a clear head.” Wherever you need partners, first check if they want to cooperate.
British attempts at asylum procedures in Rwanda were initially halted
The British government has already made its first concrete push for asylum procedures. She wants to permanently send migrants to Rwanda so they can find protection there. However, the Supreme Court, the High Court, declared the move illegal. The Conservative government has appealed against this. It is not known when a decision can be expected.
Great Britain’s Home Secretary Suella Braverman plans to see people who enter the UK irregularly – without their background and asylum applications being examined – detained and deported to Rwanda. You have to apply for asylum there. There are no plans to return to Great Britain.
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