Germany thought to abolish dual citizenship for fighting terror

The German government has prepared a draft Declaration, which lists measures to improve the security level in Germany after a series of attacks in recent times. In the draft document at the disposal of the Agency dpa, said on such measures as the prohibition of dual citizenship and the wearing of Islamic garments that hide the face of a man, according to the Russian edition Deutsche Welle.

Other points of the Declaration, developed at the German Ministry of the interior, provide for the acceleration of the process of deportation of migrants who have not received in Germany, asylum, lowering the age of criminal responsibility to 14 years and the possibility of using the army inside the country in case of terrorist attacks.

Also by 2020 is planned to increase the number of police on 15 thousand people. Under discussion is a proposal for partial lifting of medical confidentiality, reports Deutsche Welle. The broadcaster notes that it will be about the norm requiring doctors to inform the police about patients they are recognized in the intention to commit a crime.

“Those who want to participate in politics of foreign countries, we propose to leave Germany” — quoted by Deutsche Welle project document. According to interior Minister Thomas de Meshera he intends to seek the adoption of the Declaration, although not agree with all her points.

Measures to improve security were presented by the heads of the interior Ministry of the Federal States in which the authorities are representatives of the ruling party Christian democratic Union (CDU). Next week, Ministers will gather in Berlin for further discussion of the Declaration, writes the Financial Times.

Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel, who heads the social Democrats, who are part of the ruling coalition, said in an interview with the Berliner Zeitung that his party would not support the abolition of dual citizenship.

In late July, Chancellor Angela Merkel presented a plan to combat the threat of terrorism, which, inter alia, included the participation of the army in domestic counterterrorism operations. She also believes that to prevent terrorist attacks should be taken at the EU level, including the creation of a single information centre for the registration of refugees.

At the end of July in Germany there have been two attacks, responsibility for which was assumed banned in Russia as a terrorist organization “Islamic state” (IG). In one case, a refugee from Afghanistan wounded four people with a knife in a suburban train in the North of Bavaria, and the other a refugee from Syria exploded a bomb at the entrance to a music festival in the Bavarian town of Ansbach, wounding 12 people.

On Tuesday, German authorities announced the arrest associated with IG men in connection with the recent police information about the preparation of attacks, timed to the opening of the football season in the Bundesliga. On Wednesday, as reported by Deutsche Welle, the German police conducted searches at the residences of three Muslim preachers who are suspected of recruiting young people into the ranks of terrorists.