Swedish MP: Make people's garages into immigrant housing

Swedish MP: Make people's garages into immigrant housing
Make villa owners' garages into immigrant housing that taxpayers then pay for - was the proposal presented by MP Fredrik Schulte (M) in the parliament last Friday.

- We have a big problem with housing shortages, stated Schulte.

Do you want a family from the third world residing in your garage? So hopes the moderate parliamentary politician Fredrik Schulte, and he suggested it during a parliamentary debate last Friday, when he presented the radical proposal to rebuild the Swede's garages to housing for all the immigrants who are flooding into the country and have nowhere to stay.

- What if it was fiscally very advantageous to have a garage that you build into a residence, an apartment, which you can then rent out to someone who have newly arrived, he suggested during the debate and continued:

- We have a big problem with lack of housing, the Migration Board have 9000 who have been granted residence permits but do not have anywhere to stay.

Schulte then suggested that the Swedish family that the immigrants live with should act as "pilots" and help the immigrants into society. The reform, he wants to be paid for by the taxpayer, including a deduction for those families who rebuilt their garage into immigrant housing.


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