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Bill: Refugee Act

Details

Submitted by[?]: Konservative Partei Malivia

Status[?]: passed

Votes: This bill is a resolution. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.

Voting deadline: May 3033

Description[?]:

Refugee Law

§1: "Refugee" is every citizen of another state that applies to be treated as a refugee, and whose country is objectively capable of producing refugees.

§2: Countries that are capable of producing refugees are countries that meet one or more of the following conditions:
1. Inhumane treatment of its citizens. Inhumane treatment is to defined in relation to Malivian law and its severity.
2. Imminent and substantial danger for its citizens, like an ongoing civil war, a devastating war producing a high number of civil causalities, or an ongoing natural disaster or severe condition (like fallout from a nuclear strike).

§3: The subjective or concrete position of the applicant is not to be considered, the only thing that matters is the objective capability of his home country.

§4: Integration aid can consist of: Malivian official language courses, monetary sums not exceeding 10% above the poverty level, public housing, supply with natural goods.

§5: The Minister of Foreign Affairs is to maintain an official register listing the countries that qualify as being subject of the definitions of §2.

Refugee Law

§1: "Refugee" is every citizen of another state that applies to be treated as a refugee, and whose country is objectively capable of producing refugees.

§2: Countries that are capable of producing refugees are countries that meet one or more of the following conditions:
1. Inhumane treatment of its citizens. Inhumane treatment is to defined in relation to Malivian law and its severity.
2. Imminent and substantial danger for its citizens, like an ongoing civil war, a devastating war producing a high number of civil causalities, or an ongoing natural disaster or severe condition (like fallout from a nuclear strike).

§3: The subjective or concrete position of the applicant is not to be considered, the only thing that matters is the objective capability of his home country.

§4: Integration aid can consist of: Malivian official language courses, monetary sums not exceeding 10% above the poverty level, public housing, supply with natural goods.

§5: The Minister of Foreign Affairs is to maintain an official register listing the countries that qualify as being subject of the definitions of §2.

§6: Refugees can't apply at any civil servant to be recognised as such.

§7: The maximal numbers of refugees who can come to Malivia is: 5000 people per year. The max. number of refugees, who can live at the same time in malivia is: 70.000. The refugees and their progenies: 114.000 people.

§8: The maximal numbers of foreigner, who can come to malivia per year is: 5400 people.(Quota: 75% white) The maximum percentage of people with migration background is 10% of the whole population.

§9: Art 4 of the International Opening Act will become invalid as soon as this law was passed by the parliament.








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Total Seats: 316

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Total Seats: 284

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    Total Seats: 0


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