Resolution der Jusos SH und der DSU Südjütland

 

 

 

 

 

Am vergangenen Wochenende kamen Jusos aus Schleswig-Holstein und Mitglieder der DSU Südjütland (Junge Sozialdemokraten Dänemarks) in Sonderburg zusammen um die Crossborder-Kooperation der beiden Verbände fortzusetzen. Ein wichtiges Thema des Seminars war die Entscheidung der dänischen Regierung an der deutsch-dänischen Grenze wieder ständigen Kontrollen zu etablieren. Beide Jugendorganisationen lehnen dies, unter Hinweis auf das Schengener Abkommen, strikt ab.

Als Ergebnis des Wochenendes wurde eine gemeinsame Resolution verabschiedet:

Joint Resolution of DSU Sydjylland & Jusos Schleswig-Holstein

The Schengen Agreement is the heart of the European Project. Its integrating effect is the essential element every citizen notices of the European Union. The abolishment of free movement of goods, people, capital and services is a severe damage to the European integration process. The claim for need of strict border control is in direct contradiction to the founding ideas of Europe.

v.l.n.r. Daniel P. Martinen, Cornelius Samtleben (beide Jusos SH), Kian Soleiman & Jakob Esmann (beide DSU Sydjylland)

The new established border controls are a populistic political move of Dansk Folkeparti. Instead of custom checks at the border the Danish government could have invested into more hinterland checks, but they did not. This investment would have been in consent with the Schengen Agreement and it would have been the most effective way to solve the problem of cross border crime. Besides, the reasons Dansk Folkeparti states in favor of border control such as eastern Europeans committing house robberies in Denmark were disproved.

In a perspective of five to ten years there will a Danish demand for man-power from other European countries. Restrictions like border control will make Denmark as a nation dependent on foreign workforce considerably unattractive. Other economic fields are also affected. Immediately after the introduction of the new border controls a notable number of German tourist cancelled their holidays in Denmark. They are afraid of long delays at the border. Right now there are more than 11 million over-night stays of German tourists in Denmark per year. Border controls might add up to be a political and economic catastrophe for Denmark and the European Union.

The Jusos and DSU strongly reject the motion of the Danish government and stress

their belief in the European idea and its political achievements.

Sønderborg, 15. May 2011

Hier gibt es die Resolution als PDF.

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