Germany: Number of Syrian Migrants Could Double Due to Family Reunification
- The vice president of the Bundestag, Germany's parliament, fears that the number of Syrian migrants will double due to family reunification laws alone.
"The burden of family members' immigration could be higher in the immediate future than the burden of newly arriving Syrian refugees," said Johannes Singhammer, vice president of the Bundestag and member of the Christian Social Union (CSU), the coalition partner of Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU).
The Bundestag vice president stated that local authorities are faced with "an extraordinarily great challenge ... There may not be enough living space, teachers, and educators at some point."
Singhammer singled out Syrian migrants as in the first quarter of 2016 almost all - 99.9 per cent - had their asylum claims accepted or received a "secure status" - a total of around 82,000 people for that period alone, reports Focus.(Excerpt) Read more at: breitbart.com ...
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