German Chancellor Angela Merkel has no plans of permanently closing the doors for the overseas immigrants to the nation. She might be temporarily launching stringent measures for immigrant arrivals; this will not have an impact on the long-terms plans for immigration.
A report of the Bundestag has revealed that Germany needs 300,000 immigrants every year for next 40 years to curb the decline in its population, as quoted by the Express Co UK. The report of the Government of Germany has elaborated that the nation will have to accept almost 12 million immigrants over the period of next four decades if it has to keep its population size stable.
In the recent months, the German Chancellor has been taking stringent measures for immigrants and had banned family members of almost 3 million immigrants who arrived at the nation during the immigrant crisis to unite with their relatives.
However, the latest immigration figures that have been revealed by the Rheinische Post are likely to further anger the far-right electorates who are already infuriated at the arrivals of 2.2 million immigrants in 2015. The government has also in its report revealed by the German media has accepted that the issue of immigrants is going to be a tricky one for it to manage.
The government’s report on the integration of refugees has stated that the issue of assimilation of immigrants will not be easy to manage and things will settle only in the long-term period.
The Angela Merkel administration has drawn a lot of flak from the public after it was revealed that 345,000 new homes will have to be built by the government annually to shelter the arriving immigrants to the nation.
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