“I appeal again to the Minister of the Interior to drop this plan,” says Mayor Klaus Luger (SP) in view of the impending The first asylum seekers move into the former Ibis Hotel near Linz Central Station. “I find the politics of Interior Minister Gerhard Karner incomprehensible”, Luger continues. The fact that the city of Linz now has to pay for the loss of 500 childcare places in Vienna by settling in the former IBIS Hotel is disrespectful to the people of Linz.
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Criticism also comes from Security City Councilor Michael Raml (FP). “I maintain that it is a mistake to run two large asylum centers there and I would have expected these plans to be revoked”says Raml, who also criticizes the fact that the neighbors and residents have not yet been informed by the BBU.