Denmark plans quotas for migrants

In order to prevent parallel societies, the Danish government wants to limit the number of “non-western residents” in residential areas.


SN / anko_ter – stock.adobe.com

In Denmark, the proportion of foreigners in the total population was a good nine percent at the beginning of 2019.

Denmark has long been one of the countries in Europe that follow a particularly strict migration line. That has not changed under the minority government of the Social Democratic Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. She had won the Danish parliamentary election in June 2019 because of her election promise of a tough immigration policy – which is rather untypical for social democrats.

Frederiksen has turned her party inside out. In economic and other areas, the Prime Minister pursues a left-wing policy with the support of parties from the left. In migration policy …

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Accessed on March 19, 2021 at 11:02 am on https://www.sn.at/politik/weltpolitik/daenemark-plant-quoten-fuer-migranten-101300527

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