Germany 2019: 9,000 residence permits given to foreigners’ family members while homelessness increased by up to 20 percent
The German government is handing out residence permits to foreign family members of “refugees” like candy while homelessness among Germans skyrockets.
In 2019, approximately 9,000 residence permits have been given to foreign family members of so-called ‘refugees’ by German authorities, even though a new report has suggested that homelessness in the country has increased by as much as 20 percent.
Chancellor Merkel doesn’t seem to be doing much to address the housing shortage in Germany. With rising prices and limited space, proper housing – especially in the big cities – is extremely difficult to come by.
The German Economic Institute