The day after the Norwegian Christian Democratic Party (KrF) congress said a resounding yes to accept 10,000 Muslim refugees from Syria, the party discussed how the country should manage to take care of all of these, plus the 5,000 who already are waiting in reception centers.
The Party decided that the refugees should get two-year introduction jobs with wages subsidies from the state, parental guidance course, right to daycare for all asylum children and increased government subsidies for resettlement.
The Christian Party is a support party for the Norwegian government, which consist of the Progress Party (FrP) and the Conservative Party (Høyre). Both government parties have said no to accept more Syrian refugees, but now that the Christian Party has stabbed them in the back and twisted the knife, the future support seems fading, and worse; there is now a majority for this move in the Norwegian Parliament.
This means that the government may have to accept or resign, and if the government resign, Labour will gain power, meaning Norway would again close in on Sweden's immigration policy. If the government accept the coming proposal to accept 10,000 more Syrians, it's voters will turn their back on them and give up, meaning Labour would win the next election. It's a catch-22 dilemma.
Earlier this week, the Christian Party also suggested that Norwegians should open their own homes to traumatized Muslim refugees from Syria.
One has to wonder why the Christian Party hasn't received news of the ongoing Christian genocide by the same Muslims in the Middle East.
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