In the Union group is a growing resistance against the Global migration Pact, the 10. December is supposed to be signed at a conference of the United Nations (UN) in Morocco. A group of members want to speak in the group session on Tuesday against the Pact.
“of Course, at international level dealing with global Migration is a German core interest”, said the inner politician Marian Wendt (CDU) WORLD. “Still, I’m going to Express me, together with a few colleagues in the group session against the signing of the current version of the Global migration Pact.” The framework document is not to throw to many questions, even if it was legally binding. “The lack of distinction between flight and labour migration is a further disadvantage of the Pact,” said Wendt, who is also the Chairman of the Committee on petitions of the Bundestag.
A debate is not now necessary, “the right-wing populists longer with false allegations, the tone of the debate”. The new group Chairman, Ralph Brinkhaus had put the issue on the agenda, after the criticism in the Union had increased.
Federal Minister of health, Jens Spahn (CDU) had called for a detailed examination of the agreement. “The debate on the migration Pact is in the parliamentary group,” said Spahn, who is a candidate for the CDU presidency, the WORLD ON SUNDAY. “It is important that Germany retains its sovereignty, to control Migration and to limit.” Saxony’s Prime Minister, Michael Kretschmer (CDU), accused the Federal government’s communication failure.
On Thursday morning, the Bundestag, will debate at the request of the AfD, for the first time on the Treaty. In July, the UN had decided General Assembly in New York, the design for a Global migration Pact. Among the 193 member States, only one refused to initially consent. But it was, of all things, the most powerful: the United States, the immigration country par excellence. Then, Australia also withdrew his participation.
After Hungary had recently announced the right-wing coalition in Austria, the Pact not to sign. Denmark, Poland, the Czech Republic, Croatia and Slovenia are considering an exit. In Switzerland the state has recommended the political Commission of the national Council prior to the days of the Parliament, the Pact does not agree. The objectives could occur “in contravention of Swiss law”.
With the global compact to be treated for the first Time in a UN agreement on migratory movements in a General sense, not only in the field of forced migration, and international law already governed by the Geneva Convention. However, the Pact contains controversial passages, which are intended to facilitate the exchange of irregular migrants in a regular Status. The concerns about the granting of residence permits to rejected asylum seekers in Germany, however, even now, 18 months after rejection.