The global Pact for Migration opened according to the political scientist Petra Bendel both Wander as well as the destination countries of migrants with new opportunities.

The sovereignty of the individual States remain unaffected, said Bendel, the German press Agency. She stressed: “No state will be forced to take certain measures.”

The Pact is more than a mere Declaration of intent. He was peoples is not legally binding, but nevertheless of great political importance, said Bendel. She is a member of the expert Council of German foundations for Integration and Migration (SVR).

the sanctions will not be provided, but consider the Pact a review mechanism. “Every four years is to be checked, which will be implemented the goals of the individual States and which are not,” said the researcher of the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany.

the migrants open the Pact, the Chance that you receive, irrespective of their residence status access to public services, “including due process of law”. In court, a Migrant could point to the Pact. “He could not but insist on citing this document, concrete rights on the appeal.”

The target countries will also benefit. For you to give it to support, for example, when it comes to design integration policies and Finance. The countries of origin of migrants have benefited in turn, through the promotion of measures for return and Reintegration as well as assistance, which should lead to a reduction of escape causes.

of the UN member States in July agreed the document should meet at a summit on 10. and 11. December be accepted in Morocco. The Pact should help to organize the escape and Migration as well as to strengthen the rights of the persons Concerned. The USA, Hungary, Austria and the Czech Republic do not want to participate. In Germany, the AfD against the Pact, especially mobile. AfD parliamentary group boss, Alice ryegrass warned that he could miss could be, “to open the immigration floodgates even further”.

Bendel sees only two risks: that individual States opt out, and “for governments to ignore the recommendations and the outcome of the Review”.