This is the biggest problem in the asylum storm: Instead of being integrated into our society, the influx often ends up in a parallel society: Wolfgang Kubicki, deputy leader of the FDP, wants to limit the ratio of migrants per district to the emergence of parallel societies. in order to stop. In an interview with Welt TV, he suggested an upper limit for the proportion of migrants of 25 percent of the population per district. This can be regulated, inter alia, through a residence requirement – i.e. through the allocation of asylum seekers and tolerated persons to certain residential areas.
“What we see on German streets today is the result of parallel societies,” the politician told Die Welt. Parallel societies developed “because people came together in certain neighborhoods”. That is why the following should apply: “One quarter of the city cannot have more than 25 percent immigrants.”