Condemnation of a former Danish immigration minister

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Supreme Court of Denmark Sentenced to 60 days imprisonment In 2016, former Immigration and Integration Minister Inger Stoitzberg was found guilty of forcibly separating more than 20 young married refugee or refugee couples. The ruling could endanger the 48 – year – old Stezberg’s political career. Named the leader of the Liberal-based party Wens Street, and the rare and historic process of removing a Danish politician from office for the first time in thirty years and the sixth in Denmark’s history.

Stezberg was a minister in the Liberal government of Prime Minister Lars Locke Rasmussen from 2015 to 2019, with the support of the right-wing and radical Danish People’s Party in immigration. During his tenure, Stezberg adopted very strict immigration policies and imposed various new restrictions on refugees and refugees. This includes 23 married minors who came into force in February 2016 and were forced to live apart from their spouses. The law was repealed a few months later. They forced a 17-year-old pregnant woman to separate from her husband.

Stojberg resigned as Weinstein’s deputy leader last February after some party MPs voted in favor of the impeachment. But he had denied the allegations against him. Argues That the law would protect underage girls from premarital marriages. They are currently an independent member of the Danish parliament and will now have to vote to decide whether they can remain members.

Among other controversial immigration regulations introduced during his reign, that was also the case Seizure of property from immigrantsProperty and jewelery worth more than 3 1,300 were forced to be handed over to the state and officials for asylum requests for their maintenance costs.

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