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Bregenz. Federal Chancellor Sebastian Kurz greeted the Saturday morning at a Bregenz discussion event. In view of two controversial cases of deportation in Vorarlberg, a number of citizens called for short answers on shelter. The Chancellor gave friendly and specific solutions. He emphasized his confidence in law law.
He arrived briefly with a few delays to civil dialogue on the future of the EU in the Bregenz Landhaus in the earlier period to start the EU subsidiarity conference. When he wanted to leave soon after his statement on his next appointment, a number of visitors were inaccurate – and the Chancellor called a dialogue. "We prefer to show on the street, if you do not want to speak here," one of the audience shouted very soon.
In short, he emphasizes trust in the rule of law
The Federal Chancellor responded in a sovereign manner. He laughed a microphone and took some time to the questions asked. He immensely defended the rule of law and referred to the independence of the judiciary. Politicians or protesters would not make decisions on asylum, but asylum judges. "A refuge, often a Christian, is a homosexual? I do not know how to do it, often being a homosexual judge is a very difficult work," Kurz said. Even in the case of a right to humanitarian residence, it is the asylum critics who are responsible for the decision. Deportations is always the last option only.
He knows and respects the desire of Vorarlberg to say in the right to humanitarian residence, although most other federal states disagree. Kurz also noted that the 2014 states in 2014 had been abolished before the ÖVP-FPÖ government started with the aim of accelerating acceleration procedures. Also, the existing asylum laws came before his headquarters. "Be aware of this," said Kurz before developing her against her in person and other federal government members.
When the Chancellor wanted to leave the country after his answers with significant delays but he was still high and emotional in the audience. After Kurz had a four-day conversation with some of the negotiators – including the one who was the first to take care – finally came for his next appointment.