There is an acute shortage of housing for refugees when the many thousands asylum seekers who are currently coming to Denmark are to be moved from shelters into the housing market.
The Municipalities Association KL therefore want to soften the rules on how to provide housing and KL calls upon individuals to contribute with rental cottages and rooms on a temporary basis.
- The current system can not handle the number of refugees who come to the country. It is simply not designed for it, KL's President, Kalundborg Mayor Martin Damm, says to Ritzau.
Currently the government assume that there will be approximately 20,000 asylum seekers to the country. Typically, over half goes on into the system. According to Martin Damm it means that municipalities must find housing for between three and four times as many as in previous years.
And it's both this year and the next.
KL proposes a portal where individuals can rent to refugees - both rooms and cottages. It will pull houses into the market, which otherwise would not be leased, analysis says.
Further, KL wants, unlike now, that it should be possible to provide housing in vulnerable neighborhoods that can be made into refugee villages, as well as to make use of empty homes for the elderly.
In other words, KL wants to make Sharia zones, but are too stupid to realize it.
There should also be opened up for more lone refugees to live in one apartment as opposed to now, where they need a home each. And as in many cases is difficult to pay for by the refugees.
- If Danish students can stay together, the refugees also can. It could also be an advantage for them to share things and have a network, Martin Damm says .
In addition to changing housing rules, KL proposed to change the education of the people of Syria, who only get temporary residence permits in one year. The Danish government has the crazy illusion that the war in Syria might be over in a year. Socialists are that way.
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