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PostSubject: Germany's Illegal Immigration - Health Care   Mon Sep 27, 2010 9:33 pm

Dear delegates,

As many of you should know, Germany is a country well known for the large amount of immigrants from throughout the world, but there still are many illegal immigrants. The low amount of health care that the illegal immigrants recieve has achieved a point that can't be ignored any longer. We can't just avoid it, acting as if it is unexistant, we need to act now. It doesn't matter if the actions taken are radical or minor, what matters is that actions will be taken.

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Germany is home to an estimated one million illegal migrants; in Berlin alone, up to 250,000 people live without any personal identity documents. That means they also lack the health insurance card that's required to get full medical treatment here.

According to German asylum laws, these people are entitled to medical treatment in cases of emergency. The problem is that if they reveal their identity they will be treated -- but might end up being deported as a result.

No political solution to this dilemma in the form of new laws is in sight. But the city state of Berlin is now seriously considering introducing an anonymous health insurance card for illegal residents on a case-by-case basis. Welfare offices would cover the costs for cardholders' treatments. The Senate is looking into the feasability of such a scheme.

Information taken from http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,4056861,00.html


Germany will remain aware of such fact and will focus on it throughout this MUN.

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PostSubject: Re: Germany's Illegal Immigration - Health Care   Mon Sep 27, 2010 10:59 pm

Yes delegate,

Germany has a significant amount of its population of immigrants, and a part of it are illegal immigrants. Illegal immigrants seems to be the issue since a worse living condition are given to them.

The delegation of France would like to mention that the population grown rate of Germany is of -0.053% (2010 est.) as the CIA World Factbook states it (a good easy internet resource for countries facts and statistics). Maybe, immigration is a viable solution to convert the negative population growth if Germany to positive.

Also the delegation of Germany, should take into account the European Union Treaty, specially at article 39 which explicitly states that member state citizens have the right to obtain work in Germany.

What measures is the delegation planning on taking, deporting immigrants or legalizing them?

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PostSubject: Re: Germany's Illegal Immigration - Health Care   Tue Sep 28, 2010 5:37 pm




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PostSubject: welcome   Tue Sep 28, 2010 6:46 pm

Germany_Nilo wrote:
Dear delegates,

As many of you should know, Germany is a country well known for the large amount of immigrants from throughout the world, but there still are many illegal immigrants. The low amount of health care that the illegal immigrants recieve has achieved a point that can't be ignored any longer. We can't just avoid it, acting as if it is unexistant, we need to act now. It doesn't matter if the actions taken are radical or minor, what matters is that actions will be taken.

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Germany is home to an estimated one million illegal migrants; in Berlin alone, up to 250,000 people live without any personal identity documents. That means they also lack the health insurance card that's required to get full medical treatment here.

According to German asylum laws, these people are entitled to medical treatment in cases of emergency. The problem is that if they reveal their identity they will be treated -- but might end up being deported as a result.

No political solution to this dilemma in the form of new laws is in sight. But the city state of Berlin is now seriously considering introducing an anonymous health insurance card for illegal residents on a case-by-case basis. Welfare offices would cover the costs for cardholders' treatments. The Senate is looking into the feasability of such a scheme.

Information taken from http://www.dw-world.de/dw/article/0,,4056861,00.html


Germany will remain aware of such fact and will focus on it throughout this MUN.

Sincerely,
The Delegate of Germany

hey, im sorry for the time i took to post, but im still trying to adapt to this new school and its rules so im sorry for the delay.
as my partner said Germany is having this huge problem with illegal immigration so we as delegates are trying to find a solution for this problem as delegate Nilo said Berlin is already helping these illegal residents, but still we will have to control this issue in another way.

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The Delegate of Germany
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PostSubject: Re: Germany's Illegal Immigration - Health Care   Thu Sep 30, 2010 8:40 am

The Japanese delegate is here to invite the delegates of Germany into the Asian caucus, in order to express and defend their position regarding the topic to which is devoted the State of Japan, which is to integrate Japan, Germany, Brazil and India as permanent members of the Security Council. It is certain that the delegation of Germany will support this resolution, since it only benefits from it, though the delegate of Japan still insists for the delegates to defend this cause in the Asian caucus on the topic for which is named "The G4 Movement". The Japanese delegate would be very thankful if germany would address the cause.

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PostSubject: Re: Germany's Illegal Immigration - Health Care   Thu Sep 30, 2010 8:10 pm

Japanese Delegate,

While the Chair can see where the Delegate is coming from, it is unecessary to invite Germany to the Asian Caucus at this time. Although the Chair does agree that generally Germany would support this resolution, the vote that Germany can give will not come until General Assembly.

The issue will be adressed in the European Caucus depending solely on the debate of the Delegations and the resolutions put forth in the European Caucus. However, to assist the Delegate, it may be wise to call Germany to the Asian Caucus during SALMUN to speak in favor in part or in whole of Japan's resolution.

Thank You Delegate,

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PostSubject: Re: Germany's Illegal Immigration - Health Care   Sun Oct 17, 2010 7:33 pm

For the sake of the Delegations from the other schools, please do not post on this topic because this is not our resolution's goal anymore

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PostSubject: Re: Germany's Illegal Immigration - Health Care   Tue Oct 19, 2010 6:30 pm

Delegates,

The delegation of Israel supports this topic, because too much people could cause many problems, as scarcy of food and water, also social and economic problems. The delegation of Germany should propose to get more strict to accept imigrants, as it happens in the US
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PostSubject: Re: Germany's Illegal Immigration - Health Care   Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:05 am

Hail Germany and the struggle for the G4 Movement.
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