World: Citizens 'request and refugee accommodation in the state parliament

Refugee accommodation: FDP demands more money

 Refugee accommodation: FDP demands more money Hesse's municipalities, according to claims from the ranks of the state parliament opposition urgently need more financial support from the state in accommodation of refugees. Many cities and municipalities are already at the load limit, said the social policy spokesman for the FDP faction Yanki Pürsün on Thursday in Wiesbaden. He asked the country to start a refugee summit and to initiate help for the municipalities.

The Schleswig-Holstein state parliament deals with changes to citizens' petitions at the end of its November meeting today (start of the meeting). The black and green coalition had originally wanted to enforce far-reaching restrictions, but rave a bit back after massive criticism. However, in the future, for example, there should be no citizens' request against land use planning if they had a two-thirds majority in the local council.

Blick in den Plenarsaal des Landtags von Schleswig-Holstein. © Marcus Brandt/dpa/Archive picture View into the plenary hall of the state parliament of Schleswig-Holstein.

also advises the state parliament on an application from the SPD parliamentary group to finance refugee accommodation. Among other things, it calls for the state funding to be increased for the creation of accommodation. The parliamentary factions of the CDU and Greens refer to the agreement of the state government and municipal state associations to support and care for refugees from Ukraine from September. This already has a fair load compensation. However, the federal government is required to participate.

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