This is bad, real bad! I don’t want to see that in my country! Swiss citizens are now facing forced evictions to house Ukrainian refugees. Just one step further and officials in Switzerland will start requisitioning private property and possessions for Ukrainian refugees. This has already started in Germany…
In the latest news, the municipality of Seegräben in Canton Zürich is throwing out a long-term tenant out of his apartment because they are unable to find apartments to accommodate asylum seekers from Ukraine.
I think this is just the beginning… Fight for your rights…
Here is the translation of the document above:
A long-term renter of a 5.5-room apartment in the municipality of Seegräben, Zürich has received a letter of termination from the municipal administration. He has to leave his apartment before May 31, 2023 to be replaced by Ukrainian refugees.
“Despite an intensive search in recent weeks, no suitable apartments can currently be found on the open market,” writes the municipal administration.
Comment: I must say, this is not his problem at all…
Of course, the outrage on social media is great. “Incredible!” writes a Twitter user. “Incredible, where are we?” one person commented on Facebook. “You ‘can’ deal with a Swiss citizen like that… For me, a bottomless impertinence.” Others call on the municipality to support the tenant in finding an apartment. “That would be the least the community could do.”
This is how the mayor Marco Pezzatti confirmed the letter to some news portals in Switzerland: “It was clear to us that this measure would not be without. It was a very difficult decision for the community. Unfortunately, this measure was the last chance to achieve the acceptance quota for refugees prescribed by the canton. Unfortunately, sometimes you have to take unpopular decisions if you want to comply with the requirements of the authorities”
According to official specifications, the village should take in 13 refugees – but only nine have been living there for several months.
“Over the last six months, we have been trying hard to find housing for refugees. We have asked privates and even real estate portals – but unfortunately without success,” says Pezzatti.
The affected apartment is to be occupied by a family of five in the future.
Another municipality, Mettmenstetten, will buy an apartment for over a million francs for refugees
The Zurich municipality of Mettmenstetten, ZH, is taking a different approach to the problem.
In order to be able to cover the increased need for apartments for asylum seekers by the summer of 2023, the municipality wants to buy a 5.5-room apartment worth CHF 1.045 million.
The community resists… More than 50 appeals have been received.
Same in Germany
Just a few days ago, I published on my newsletter another case of forced removal of tenants for refugees. At least 40 residents of Wölbinstrasse 21 to 29 in Lörrach, near the Swiss border, have to leave their homes for the same reason.
According to another termination letter, the entire housing complex is to be cleared by the end of 2023 and will be used to house Ukrainian refugees.
The war is terrible, of course. People from Ukraine need a roof over their heads, of course. But don’t put some Swiss or German guys on the street to house those war refugees… This will just lead to more hate against them (because it is already high enough)… [20min]
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