Temporarily admitted persons should be allowed to travel in the Schengen area

Temporarily admitted persons should be allowed to travel in the Schengen area

The Responsible Commission of the National Council gives this: People who are temporarily admitted to Switzerland should be allowed to travel within the Schengen area. These regulations should be recorded at the ordinance level. It now supports the version of the Council of States.

The State Political Commission of the Council of States (SPK-N) requested its advice for the Council of States to follow when presenting amendments to the Aliens and Unity Act as Parliamentary Services announced on Friday. The deal goes to the National Council.

The decision in the commission came with 14 to 10 votes. It may resolve the past existing differences with the Council of States, it said in the message. The commission’s minorities want to stick to the National Council’s version and anchor travel rules for persons temporarily recruited at the legal level.

Justice Minister Karin Keller-Sutter argued that the introduction of exceptions to the law would create legal uncertainty. If some exceptions are regulated in law and others in ordinance, it will be problematic. Hence it recommended that majority should be followed and all travel activities should be kept at ordinance level.

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