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Danish prime minister break her promise, and will now liberalize immigration policies

By CHRISTOFFER 22 July 2019
source: https://voiceofeurope.com/2019/07/danish-prime-minister-break-her-promise-and-will-now-liberalize-immigration-policies/



The Social Democrats became the biggest party in the Danish election last month, and the populist Danish People’s Party plummeted, much because the Danish Social Democrats had adopted some of the Danish People’s Party’s popular and relativley strict immigration policies.

But now when Mette Frederiksen from the Social Democrats have become the new prime minister, she and the other in her party have started to liberalize immigration polices, much because of pressure from three far left parties who also did a good election.

The plan of the former right-wing government was to isolate criminal foreign citizens and rejected asylum seekers on a small Island before sending them home. That will not happen now, the new government have decided. Moreover, the government will also increase the integration allowance for foreign families with children.

And now all refugees who are supposed to just stay temporarily in Denmark will get the opportunity to take a free and taxpayer-funded high education. Integration and foreign minister Mattias Tesfaye said this on Sunday, despite him saying the opposite during the campaign.

The Danish People’s Party has insisted that refugees on temporary residence must return to their home country. If they get work or education in Denmark, it must be something they can use in their home country. It was not just the other right-centre parties that joined that policy earlier this year. The Social Democracy did it too. But in negotiating with the Radical Left party, the Socalist party and Enhedslisten, the Social Democrats had to change their mind.
If refugees start a long-term higher education, it will be virtually impossible to make them return home. And others will see an opportunity to stay in Denmark.

Kristian Thulesen Dahl, the leader of the Danish People’s party writes on Facebook: “Step by step, the immigration policy is being relaxed. Although the promise in the election campaign was the opposite. The consequence is that Denmark is again becoming more attractive to seek asylum in. It is sad to see our work with a strict migration policy being destroyed.”

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