4 november kl 15:21
The Board of Migration here in Sweden has raised its forecast for how many asylum seekers will be coming to Sweden next year. In July, the board expected a minimum of 64 000 asylum seekers to come here, now that number has been upped to a minimum of 80 000, and possibly more -- up to 105 000 people could be coming.
This would mean that it is most likely that more people come here next year than at the height of the Balkan war. It is the second time that the board has raised its forecast this year, and it is largely due to the fighting in Iraq and Syria.
Lars Stjernkvist, the government`s co-ordinator of refugee issues, and also the mayor of Norrköping, will Sweden be able to receive these people, many of them fleeing from terrible conditions?