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US News: Budget 2023: The government will create 5,900 accommodation places for refugees and asylum seekers

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The credits for this mission will increase by 113 million euros compared to 2022, to reach 2 billion euros .

  Budget 2023 : le gouvernement va créer 5 900 places d'hébergement pour des réfugiés et des demandeurs d'asile © provided by Franceinfo

The government will create 5,900 accommodation places dedicated to refugees and asylum seekers in various emergency reception and accommodation centers, according to the 2023 budget project unveiled on Monday, September 26. The government's text provides for a 6% increase in the "immigration, asylum and integration" envelope.

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budget. The credits of this mission therefore increased by 113 million euros compared to 2022 to reach 2.01 billion euros. In particular, they must allow the opening of 2,500 places in reception centers for asylum seekers (CADA), according to budgetary documents from Bercy. This represents a strong acceleration compared to what had been planned in the 2022 budget, where only 900 additional accommodation places were created.

"important means are devoted to the opening of accommodation places for refugees, with 1,000 places in provisional accommodation centers (CPH)", writes Bercy in this document. "In addition, 900 places will be created in the emergency accommodation system (HUDA) in overseas, 1,500 places in reception and examination centers (CAES) and 2,500 places in centers of Reception for asylum seekers awaiting a OFPRA decision ", the body responsible for awarding refugee status.

Testimony. Non-light, a 50-year-old has not found accommodation for two years in Vannes .
© Archives Ouest-France since her assault, Fabienne desperately has been looking for accommodation. As she says she is a victim of discrimination by several Vannetaise real estate agencies, she called on donors. In vain for the time being (illustration photo). Fabienne, 56, lost her sight following an assault in Nantes (Loire-Atlantique), on Friday January 3, 2020. Since that date, she has been looking for accommodation in her hometown, Vannes (Morbihan).

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