Before the Greens Congress Claudia Roth asks for an extension of the asylum law
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Before the Green Party Congress, Claudia Roth has called for the extension of the Asylum Act, for example on Climate Refugees.
- The European Union must launch an initiative to include vulnerable people, Roth told a newspaper interview.
- In addition, it seeks to remove the controversial asylum formula from the European Green Party.
INAt the Green Party Congress in Leipzig, former leader Claudia Roth requested an extension of her right to asylum. "We have to extend the criteria for the right to asylum, for example, climate change is now the cause of the leak," said the Deputy Speaker of the Bundestag in the German editorial network. The EU, as one of the major contributors to the climate crisis, must take the initiative to take risk people.
She received support from Green Man Ricardo Lang. The first objective must be that "radical climate policy" should not even get people out of their home. For island states like Kiribati, but that is not enough, they will soon be uninhabitable. "These people must have an opportunity to migrate early and dignified," she said.
At the three-day Leipzig Congress, green will vote for its candidates six months before the European Parliament elections and their electoral program. It's the first time for the duo's lead Robert Habeck and Annalena Baerbock, both of whom are from the end of January's Green Boss.
As part of the European electoral program proposal, migration disputes between the parties could arise. It is said, "The right to asylum is not negotiable, even if not all who come can remain." Five amendments are seeking to abolish, including one by the former leader of the Roth party.
In addition, it would be "regrettable, if we were to be impressed now, we would have to justify the observance of the individual fundamental right to asylum (…), confessing that we will return to political fears."
Habeck's rejection of the Soviet CDU
Heads of Greens, Habeck, sees his party in the East German states as well – and a new survey confirms his work. "As a party also grows in the east," said Habeck "Free Press". He warned that he should be close to people in East German countries and not higher.
A year before the free elections in Saxony and Thuringia, skeptical considers the possible coalition with the CDU in Saxony skeptical. In the other countries, the Greens have indeed shown that they are basically "not afraid of contact" with the Union.
However, "the tone of Saxon CDU has been more than dubious in recent months," said the Green Party chief. If the USSR attempted to turn to the AfD, it does not see a chance to cooperate.