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FDP insists on immigration law for coalition

Saturday, September 16th, 2017 | World News

Wolfgang Kubicki will not be with the Liberals no coalition "without a reasonable immigration law". Escape for economic reasons, the FDP deputy considers "legitimate".

The people were therefore rightly concerned that Germany's capacity to perform is not enough to cope with the onslaught of millions of people. "We need to make people feel that we have this in our grip."

Germany needs "every year 300,000 to 400,000 young, well-educated people," Kubicki continued. By 2030, it was estimated that up to six million people of working age were missing. Moreover, it is legitimate for refugees to come to Germany for economic reasons.

"It is not reprehensible to live anywhere better." It was precisely for this purpose that an immigration law was important in order to be able to decide who was to come to Germany and who was not, the FDP deputy made clear.

With regard to the Greens and a possible so-called Jamaica coalition from the Union, FDP and Greens, Kubicki said that there would not be a wealth tax with the liberals. In addition, the solidarity surcharge would have to be abolished immediately in the coming legislature. The SPD under Martin Schulz obviously had a similar position to the FDP on this issue.


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