The Union Chairman in the foreign Affairs Committee Roderich Kiesewetter, in the report of the German foreign office on the security situation in Syria in his attitude with regard to possible deportations in the country confirmed. “Syria is neither a free country nor the rule of law backed up,” said Kiesewetter. It has to be assessed for the German authorities with a view to the sensitivities on the ground very hard, which ethnic group or which religious group could bring where back to Syria. “You can’t say that’s why a lump sum, the deportations are in principle possible,” said Kiesewetter. As long as the security situation does not change, is the very critical to see.
The Foreign office notes in a new report on the situation in Syria, that in no part of the country, a comprehensive, long-term and reliable protection for persecuted persons. For returnees, the risk remain high. Refugees threatened retaliation of the government loyal to the authorities and Parts of the population, it means in the locked document, the Süddeutsche Zeitung, NDR, WDR, as well as the editorial network Germany quote.
baden-württemberg’s Minister of the interior Thomas Strobl (CDU), the situation is different, however, as his party colleague Kiesewetter. No man can understand, why people, the security risk could not be after Syria deported, he said, the Heilbronner Stimme and Mannheimer Morgen.
“Now it is up to Seehofer,”
Strobl Minister Horst Seehofer (CSU) called on the inside, to be in the matter. “Now it is the Ministry of the interior, to say what conclusions the Federal government draws from it,” he said with views of the management report.
Seehofer does not want to speak, however, before the conference of interior Ministers in the coming week on this issue, said a spokesman for the interior Ministry. A stop to the deportations that lasts longer than three months, you need to decide the Federal States according to the residence act, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of the interior. The conference of interior Ministers adopts its resolutions unanimously. A decision is necessary because of the current deportation stop expires at the end of December 2018.
From the Union had there been time and again voices defending it, at least in the deportation of serious offenders, and Gefährdern allow to Syria. This had requested, Bavaria’s interior Minister Joachim Herrmann (CSU) in the last week, however, with the addition of “as soon as permitted by the situation”.
“in Certain regions of Syria could be in the foreseeable future, sure enough, rejected, and delinquent asylum-seekers there,” had also CDU General Secretary Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, the image said. Kramp-Karrenbauer is currently bidding to follow in the footsteps of Angela Merkel as CDU party Chairman.
SPD-attitude still open
However, the lower Saxony interior Minister Boris Pistorius, the chief negotiator for the SPD-Ministers showed itself openly for the deportation of criminal offenders to Syria. This is dependent on the local security situation, he said. SPD parliamentary group Deputy chief, Rolf Mützenich said in the Newspapers of the editorial network in Germany, however, strictly against deportations. “In view of the continued fighting and terrorist threats, and in a large Share of catastrophic supply situation and the lawlessness in Syria cannot be serious and justifiable talked about deportations to Syria ends,” said Mützenich. No one could desire to negotiate with the Syrian “despotic regime” on returns.