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AfD leader Alice Weidel: Germany should also not sign risky UN migration pact!

If it was the Alternative for Germany’s decision, the UN’s Global Compact Migration (GCM) would not be signed, the party’s co-leader Alice Weidel suggests.

The opposition party leader says that countries like the US, Hungary and Austria have shown their wisdom by rejecting the risky migration pact.

“It is a logical decision, which is in the interest of their own population. Also Germany may not sign this work,” Weidel says.

According to the AfD leader “It is an incalculable risk for our country and the whole of Europe. Here, in fact, illegal migration is legalised and those willing to migrate from all over the world are given the key into our social system”.

“They should obtain the same rights as the original population from the outset and would be equivalent to the Germans in everything. The GCM must be rejected in full in December. That’s what we stand for as AfD!,” she adds.

According to the AfD leader “It is an incalculable risk for our country and the whole of Europe. Here, in fact, illegal migration is legalised and those willing to migrate from all over the world are given the key into our social system”.

More about this can be read here!

Sorce: voiceofeurope.com

 

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