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Germany: the migration issue, stake of the electoral campaign

2021-09-17T16:49:18.146Z

Welcoming foreigners is at the heart of the September 26 election across the Rhine. Correspondent in Berlin Almost every day, since the Taliban entered Kabul on August 15, Hamed and Samin, accompanied by their respective families, have been stationed in front of the German foreign ministry. In the greatest indifference. "We want the German government to keep its promises and save the lives of those who worked for them, rather than using people and then letting them go on the str



Correspondent in Berlin

Almost every day, since the Taliban entered Kabul on August 15, Hamed and Samin, accompanied by their respective families, have been stationed in front of the German foreign ministry.

In the greatest indifference.

"We want the German government to keep its promises and save the lives of those who worked for them, rather than using people and then letting them go on the streets," said

Hamed, a 22-year-old Afghan.

For fear of reprisals, his brother, who has long collaborated with the large Bundeswehr unit formerly stationed in Mazar-e Charif, nods, his face partly hidden.

He remains silent.

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In 2016, the two boys fled the large city in the north of the country, then plagued by increasing violence from the Taliban.

After 70 days of marching, he said, passing through Iran, Turkey and Greece, they arrived in Germany, enjoying there since minimal rights: a three-month residence permit without authorization to work.

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Source: lefigaro

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