Denmark Majority Agree Asylum Should Focus on Repatriation, Not Integration


Denmark: Majority Agree Asylum Should Focus on Repatriation, Not Integration

The majority of Danes have said they back immigration proposals which would shift the focus of asylum policy to repatriating refugees when the conflict ends, rather than their integration into Denmark.

 
 
A Voxmeter poll conducted for news service Ritzau found that 54 percent of respondents agree with the “paradigm shift” in migration policy which has long been advocated by the populist Danish People’s Party (DF), the nation’s second largest electoral force.

Only 24 percent of people surveyed disagreed with the proposal, which said asylum in Denmark must be a temporary thing and that policy should focus on refugees’ repatriation, once conflict ends, rather than their integration as a permanent citizen.

The proposal largely has the support of both Denmark’s liberal governing party, Venstre, and the Social Democrats, the nation’s largest party and primary centre-left opposition, with the only difference from DF’s stance being that they believe it is not necessary to block refugees from work or accessing education in order to ensure their repatriation.

Breitbart 13.09.18
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