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Moria refugees to Fürstenfeldbruck: City councilors themselves pay for accommodation

2020-10-30T21:48:06.303Z

The city wants to take in a family from the burned out refugee camp in Moria. The city council decided unanimously. The city councils want to pay for the costs themselves.



The city wants to take in a family from the burned out refugee camp in Moria.

The city council decided unanimously.

The city councils want to pay for the costs themselves.

  • A family of five from Moria is to be accommodated in Fürstenfeldbruck.

  • The city councils want to waive their allowance for the accommodation.

  • Rooms for the refugees have already been found.

Fürstenfeldbruck

- So that these

recognized refugees are

not in competition with

those looking for

accommodation

, the

city ​​council is to give

its

allowance for the plenary meeting for rent and maintenance for

one year

.

The subject - an urgent application from Christian Götz (BBV) - had caused quite a stir in the previous

city ​​council

.

The group chairmen had dealt with it afterwards.

This time it was a matter of fact discussion.

Fürstenfeldbruck: The Greens are disturbed by the restriction to five refugees

The proposal of the administration: The

asylum authority is offered

rooms in the Hasenheide house

for a family of up to five from

Moria

.

And you make it clear that this is a one-time achievement that ends when the family

moves

into

their own apartment

.

The

Greens

did not want to commit to five people.

“It seems strange when a family of six is ​​available, and we say one is too many,” said

Vice Mayor Christian Stangl

.

But of course a core and not an extended family is meant.

Doreen Höltl

from the social affairs department in the town hall explained that the

Hasenheide house

had capacity for five people.

This could also be kept free if the

city ​​council had

a corresponding vote.

Fürstenfeldbruck: 24,000 euros for a family from Moria

When it comes to family reunification and the accommodation of

recognized refugees,

the city faces special challenges, said

Andreas Lohde

(CSU).

It was important to him that the accommodation of the

people from Moria

should not be at the expense of accommodation for other

homeless people

.

Therefore, he proposed an amendment: As

a humanitarian gesture, the

city ​​council

should donate the money for the city council meeting to rent an apartment and for maintenance for a year - that would be

24,000 euros

if all councilors participated.

This did not

affect

the modalities for the other

asylum seekers

.

"It should be a humanitarian symbol from us as a body."

The idea was

well received by

the

city ​​council

.

Willi Dräxler

(BBV) called her “honorable”.

He pointed out, however, that the city and district

have to do less than other districts

due to the

anchor center

, in which no recognitions should actually take place.

Fürstenfeldbruck: City councils would have to agree anonymously

Markus Droth

(FW) asked how one would deal with such donations in the future.

Because it is already the second time that the

attendance fee is used for social purposes

.

Many

city ​​councilors

had already

accepted

vouchers for

Bruck shops

and

restaurants

instead of money

.

After the decision of principle, the city councils will be asked anonymously who is willing to do so, explained Mayor

Erich Raff

.

One could not decide over the heads of the councils.

The

city ​​council

unanimously approved the amendment.

However, the committee moved away from joining the “Safe Haven” alliance, which was also requested in the urgent application.

It was not the right time, said

Götz

.

"We will talk in general about how we

want to deal

with the

reception of refugees

."

Source: merkur

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