Germany's ruling party wants tougher immigration laws that give priority to Christian migrants instead of Muslims. The party also wants to ban full-face and partial-face veils, end dual citizenship, require that all immigrants learn German and cap the number of aslyum seekers at 200,000 a year.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative Bavarian allies published a paper outlining the party's calls for migrants from Europe's "Christian-occidental cultural sphere," Agence France-Presse reported Thursday. They seek to officially present the proposed rules at a meeting Friday.
"Germany must stay Germany," the paper states. "We are against our welcoming country being changed through migration and waves of refugees. We shouldn’t be the ones who adjust to migrants, the opposite should be true."
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