Cracks over refugees widen in the German coalition

The Ministry of the Interior plans to reenact the Dublin Agreement that specifies that those who seek asylum should apply for asylum where they first arrived in Europe: “The number of refugees, especially Syrians, significantly increased in October and November 2014 in a way no one expected. The given results force us to make new regulations.” Germany’s Interior Minister Thomas de Maizère’s proposal to give a temporary residence permit to refugees and to limit the number of family reunions sparked debates in the coalition.

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