Danish coalition partners announce 3-pronged government plan

Danish coalition partners announce 3-pronged government plan

Working agreement included plan to move part of refugee system to Rwanda

By Ebad Ahmed

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AA) - Denmark’s coalition partners -- Social Democrats, Moderates and Liberals -- on Wednesday showcased the working agreement for the incoming three-party government, that includes policies for Rwanda asylum facility, ease in family immigration laws, and target for climate neutrality.

The incoming coalition government has accommodated the former minority government of Social Democrat’s long-term plans to move a part of Denmark’s refugee system to Rwanda. But interestingly, while the target has been put on paper but with a little amendment, the agreement says that the asylum centers should be established under the mandate of the EU or in partnership with other countries.

“The ambition related to an asylum centre is that we create a new asylum system. It is our clear aim that this will be set up – naturally, we want to do it in partnership with other countries or the EU,” Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said before adding that the asylum center could “ultimately” become reality after a bilateral agreement with Rwanda.

It appears that the government plans to ease strict immigration laws present in family reunification rules, as it has announced to change language criteria for the cases. Along with that the coalition also desires to halve the bank guarantees that call for couples to deposit a huge amount with municipalities to achieve residence for a foreign partner.

The coalition has expressed its ambition to make Denmark climate-neutral by 2045 and reduce CO2 emissions nationally by 110% as compared to 1990 levels.

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