10 measures are:
1. Immediate border protection by police and federal army
2. Real tightening of asylum rights
3. Finally, deport offenders
4. Home leave leads to asylum withdrawal
5. Protection for a limited time
6. NGOs check
7. Promote Austria clubs
8. Abolish asylum incentives
9. Benefits in kind instead of money
10. Rethink media work
Wochen Blick (translated):
What will really be better if Austria gets a black and blue government as a Christmas present? The hope of the voters who have voted for a clear change in the country is certainly great.
A comment by Hartwig Eder
The left-wing political scientist Anton Pelinka clearly analyzes the coalition negotiations between the ÖVP and the FPÖ in the ORF interview: “The ÖVP has essentially taken over what the FPÖ has already said.” Only with the adoption of FPÖ demands in matters of security and asylum policy the ÖVP won the election. So what should be done?
Even before the election, the blue veteran Andreas Mölzer called in the “Wochenblick” interview : “The minimum would be an absolute immigration stop.” A possible black-blue government could implement any number of immediate measures to curb the excesses of a false immigration policy. Thus, the Austrian government would not be the first government in Europe whistling for its state on the “welcome culture”. Viktor Orbán closed the Balkan route by building his border fence. Since then, states such as Poland or the Czech Republic have rejected unbridled immigration.
From CIW NEWS Contributor
Austria crime immigration
Austria (AT) is estimated to have a population of 8.8 million with a growth rate during 2010-2015 of 0.4% pa.
At the same rate of change, in five years' time its population will increase by 0.2 million.