World Bulletin / News Desk
Danish MP and member of the Dansk Folkeparti (DF), Christian Langballe, told reporters in Denmark that his party plans to vote against a bi-annual citizenship law that will grant citizenship to around 1,600 applicants simply because ‘too many’ of them are Muslims.
422 of the names on the list are of Iraqi and Afghani origin. Although they have fulfilled all the necessary requirements, the DF has argued that Denmark is at risk of being taken over by Muslims, and is therefore planning to oppose the law.
"We think that too many people from Islamic countries and the Muslim world immigrate to Denmark and are given citizenship, so it's up to other people to argue their case," Langballe told Politiken.
In early 2013, the party was sued for publishing the names of 700 new citizens and claiming that one may be a terrorist.Güncelleme Tarihi: 17 Aralık 2013, 14:56