CDU General Secretary Paul Ziemiak has criticized Green party leader Anna Lena Baerbock due to their demand for faster deportation of offenders of rejected asylum-seekers to be sharp.
“The Comments made by Mrs Baerbock are not to be outdone in hypocrisy,” said Ziemiak on Wednesday the German press Agency in Berlin. Baerbock ask, what had so far failed at your party. “The Greens have made in the past years to ensure that rejected asylum seekers could not be deported.”
If Baerbock mean it seriously, “must you declare now that your party will agree to the extension of the list of safe countries of origin”, said Ziemiak. In contrast to Baerbock, the CDU stand “for the really consistent enforcement of the rule of law”.
The Green had rejected its party Congress in November, the concept of safe countries of Origin for faster deportations. A Bundestag decision, according to the list of safe countries should be complemented with the Maghreb countries of Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco, as well as Georgia. People from there would have a rule, no right to asylum in Germany. The decision of the Federal Council, is pending.
Baerbock said the “süddeutsche Zeitung”: “Delinquent asylum seekers, who do not accept our legal order and enforceable required to leave the country, should be a priority for deportation.” Preferably, the Refugees must be shown to be integrated in Germany, well, had the rule of law at the time of departure subject to multiple offenders “consistently gripping” – especially for sex offenders. “We must use the legal instruments that we have, the better.” Who wants to keep the fundamental right to asylum, is no getting around the enforcement of the rule of law.
The interior policy spokesman of the Union group, Mathias Middelberg, said: “It is gratifying that the Green party leader calls on what the Union has long been doing.” It is crucial, however, that these admissions followed up by deeds. The CDU politician called for “the länder participate with the green government participation in deportations of criminals and Gefährdern”. This would apply to all States, for the Foreign office returns deemed possible for Afghanistan and Iraq. The migration policy spokeswoman for the FDP parliamentary group, Linda Teuteberg, called on the Green to put only a Signal of welcome, but “consistently the rule of law and the obligation to leave the country enforce, when somebody’m not entitled to asylum or temporary protection of refugees”.