12:47, 16 November 2018
The event with a family in Sulzberg in Vorarlberg had made headings nationwide. When the well-integrated couple with children was picked up for expulsion at dawn, the pregnant wife collapsed because of the stress situation and was in hospital. Regardless of her husband and three-year-old son of the Vienna authorities.
In the end, the Interior Ministry decided not to conduct a separate expulsion. The Armenian-Iranian family continues to fight for the right to stay in Austria and is supported by the municipality of Sulzberg.
Vorarlberg Governor Markus Wallner (ÖVP) is called in view of the fact that the countries once again have a statement in the human right to settle, which the government immediately rejected.
The event in Sulzberg also overshadowed on Thursday a performance of chancellors Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP) at a European Citizens' Dialogue in Bregenz. There, a former senior candidate, later a liberal and a green politician, addressed him critically to the cause, then the chancellor of a debate, even if he actually wanted to leave the event. The "Vorarlberg Online" (vol.) Reports on "angry citizens" that would have prevented themselves.
Here is the original video (about 20 minutes) from "Vorarlberg Online":
In any case, such a case would be prevented if Vorarlberg authorities took care that children were not separated from their mothers.
In "Vorarlberger Nachrichten" he now shows incensed, the incidence of Sulzberg "unbelievable", pointing out that so far it has only been so long in Vorarlberg: "Such a case could in any case be prevented from Vorarlberg's responsible attention, the children would not be separated from their mothers. "Perhaps monitoring in Vienna would have been easier to integrate," Kurz says.
Certainly, a federal authority has decided, namely the field office of the Federal Office for Aliens and Asylum in Feldkirch. This does not challenge the Chancellor. "BFA in Feldkirch and the leaders who live here and know the situation, I expect them to know the laws and act at a pace," Kurz says, threatening: "If such a thing would happen again, then there will be stricter federal control . "It is sometimes easy to shoot Vorarlberg to Vienna:" But it is Vorarlbergers who make these decisions in Feldkirch. "