Germany has no budget for its elderly, but will spend 93 billion on migrants

Feb 11, 2018 by

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We’ve heard a lot of stories from Germany’s elderly. Some have to pay thousands of euros a year on healthcare, amounts they either cannot pay or amounts that lead to family struggles.

It’s a crippling shame how Germany treats the people who reconstructed the country after World War II. Here is just one of many examples of how the country treats its elderly:

In the meanwhile the country does have a large budget for migrants. Already in 2016 a budget of 93 billion euros was reserved until 2020.

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As we know the country accepted more migrants afterwards, as part of family reunifications for example. It isn’t unreasonable to think the budget has reached 100 billion in the meantime.

Source: Germany has no budget for its elderly, but will spend 93 billion on migrants

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