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“Germany is doing nothing about the issue” – Interior ministers push for deportations

An employee of the German Red Cross on the premises of the Central Initial Reception Centre for Asylum Seekers (ZABH) in Brandenburg An employee of the German Red Cross on the premises of the Central Initial Reception Centre for Asylum Seekers (ZABH) in Brandenburg

An worker of the German Red Cross on the premises of the Central Initial Reception Centre for Asylum Seekers (ZABH) in Brandenburg

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Brandenburg's Interior Minister Michael Stübgen (CDU) is looking on the federal authorities to permit deportations to Afghanistan. The Chancellor's bulletins should be adopted by “facts”. An SPD minister can be placing stress on the federal government.

DFollowing two deadly knife assaults, migration and asylum coverage is the main focus of the Interior Ministers' Conference (IMK) in Potsdam. The assembly, which begins this Wednesday, may also handle the demand to have the ability to deport critical criminals and Islamist threats to Syria and Afghanistan.

The chairman of the IMK, Brandenburg’s Interior Minister Michael Stübgen (CDU), calls for that the federal authorities should now comply with the announcement with “facts”. Stübgen additionally considers negotiations with the Taliban, who rule in Afghanistan, to be justifiable. In addition, safety in Syria has improved, he argues.

“Other European countries have long since begun to establish diplomatic relations with Syria. And we also have diplomatic relations with Russia. That is why we can handle such deportations with the government in Damascus,” Stübgen advised the “Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland”. Germany is “doing nothing at all on this issue”. He will handle this on the Interior Ministers' Conference in Potsdam.

Hamburg’s Interior Senator Andy Grote (SPD) is selling deportations to Afghanistan and Syria. “Anyone who commits serious crimes here must leave the country, even if they come from Afghanistan, for example,” mentioned the spokesman for the SPD-led states within the IMK to the dpa information company. Here, Germany's safety pursuits outweigh the offender's curiosity in defending him.

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“Men” and “Groups”

Last Friday night, an Afghan was shot lifeless by law enforcement officials in Wolmirstedt, not removed from Magdeburg. He is claimed to have stabbed a 23-year-old fellow countryman after which injured a number of individuals at a personal European Championship backyard occasion. In Mannheim, on May 31, an Afghan injured 5 members of the anti-Islam motion Pax Europa and a police officer with a knife. The police officer died.

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Chancellor Olaf Scholz (SPD) subsequently introduced that she wished to make it attainable to deport critical criminals and harmful people to Afghanistan and Syria once more. Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Faeser examines how this might work with out resuming relations with the ruling Taliban in Afghanistan or the federal government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Faeser needs to report on confidential discussions

Faeser needs to tell her colleagues in Potsdam about how far her ministry's efforts have progressed. “We are negotiating confidentially with various states to open up ways to make deportations to Afghanistan possible again,” the SPD politician advised the “Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung”.

She had already reported on her ministry's efforts to take action on Tuesday. As far as Afghanistan is worried, there at the moment are contacts with the authorities in Uzbekistan. The identical applies to Syria: “We are talking to neighboring countries,” she says.

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Federal Minister of the Interior Nancy Faeser (SPD)

Saxony-Anhalt's Interior Minister Tamara Zieschang (CDU) is looking for a right away halt to the federal admission program for individuals in danger from Afghanistan. Several states are calling for tightening gun legal guidelines and increasing gun-free zones. Faeser additionally needs to reform gun legal guidelines once more. However, a few of her proposals are met with resistance from coalition accomplice FDP.

The nations are additionally demanding additional efforts to curb irregular migration. They see Faeser as having a selected accountability, together with with regard to additional agreements with nations of origin which have to date cooperated poorly or in no way in taking again residents from Germany who’re required to go away the nation.

During their three-day convention, the state inside ministers additionally need to talk about with Faeser the best way to cope with extremists and a attainable improve in penalties for assaults on politicians. The outcomes can be introduced on Friday.