The proposal—put forward the chair of the German Trade Union Federation—would place rejected asylum seekers on equal footing with unemployed German workers, allowing them to receive 449 euros from the state each month.
A new poll that surveyed the opinions of French women has revealed nearly seven in ten support banning foreigners who haven’t lived in the country for at least five years from accessing the social welfare system.
By extending maternity and paternity benefits to short term migrants, the Italian state will help to facilitate the policy known as ‘replacement migration,’ which is often put forward by liberal politicians as a solution to Europe’s low birth rates and aging population.
By reserving family benefits to households with at least one French parent, deporting foreigners who haven’t been employed for a year, replacing healthcare coverage for illegal immigrants with “vital emergency aid,” restricting family immigration by 75%, and ending the reception of unaccompanied minors, Ms. Le Pen contends the French state could save €16 billion annually.