Germany tightens immigration laws

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Germany tightens immigration laws

On Thursday, October 15 despite the sharp criticism from the opposition and human rights organizations, the Bundestag passed a package of laws that significantly toughen immigration laws. For the change in the law voted 475 deputies, against - 68, another 57 abstained.

According to the document, the list of safe countries of origin will include Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro. This will speed up the process of the expulsion of their citizens to their homeland after [......]
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