Sweden intends not to grant permanent residency to refugees
It revealed a Swedish newspaper, Friday, an agreement between the government with the center-right parties opposed to granting temporary residence for asylum permits asylum rather than permanent, and as showed that the Left Party, announced his opposition pulled out of the deal, confirmed that the details of the agreement between the political parties will be announced shortly.
The Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet in a report seen by the (long-Presse) that "the Swedish government reached an agreement with the Alliance of center-right opposition parties, provides for the granting of temporary residence permits to asylum-seekers rather than permanent."
The newspaper added that "the Social Democratic parties and the environment, the Conservatives and the center and the People's Democratic and Christian agreed on a common formula on immigration and asylum policy in Sweden, the Left Party, announced his withdrawal from the negotiations on asylum issues and emphasized his disagreement with the agreement reached by the parties to the government and the opposition."
The newspaper stated that "the details of the agreement between the political parties will be announced shortly, will include a set of the most important points to abolish permanent residence permits and the granting of temporary residence permits to asylum-seekers."
According to Aftonbladet sources, "the agreement includes, inter alia, the most important of the granting of permanent residence permits to the families of refugee children who have received the decision of residence permit in Sweden and therefore not including them in the new agreement which provides for the granting of temporary residence permits, rather than permanent."
Turn Left Party stressed he was "not in favor of the agreement between the government and the opposition and thus outside the agreement who reached by the government and the opposition on immigration and asylum policy."
The newspaper quoted a member of the Left Party, as saying that "the government to stand by the Conservative Party and support the claim in respect of immigration and asylum, rather than coalition with the Left Party chose."
It is not clear yet, when it will be approved this agreement is final and formal, and it is unclear even now you will be applied retroactively to people coming long months ago, and waiting for a decision, or only being applied to the people who come after approval.
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