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Labor Minister Andrea Nahles, whose department conceived the bill, welcomed the new law as a "big, courageous step and nothing less than a system change" as well as part of a "series of important political milestones on the way to an inclusive society." The opposition Left party, meanwhile, was less than enthusiastic, describing the new law as no more than a "beginning" that failed to live up to Nahles' promise to help people with disabilities to engage in the job market.Too much of the law, said Left party parliamentary leader Dietmar Bartsch, would leave seriously disabled people at risk of "being stuck in a home." The dream of self-determination The law could potentially have a major impact: some 10.2 million Germans (more than 10 percent of the population) live with some form of disability, of which 7.5 million are categorized as "seriously disabled." Designed to implement the United Nations' 2008 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, the point of the law was to re-organize disability benefits in a way that aids self-determination.Furthermore, the government has also introduced new financial incentives for firms willing to employ people with disabilities.Similarly, disability benefits will be granted regardless of where an individual chooses to live - until now, people with certain disabilities could only receive financial support if they lived in a care home."If you go to an administration, they say: this is a problem - oh, we have this institution and the problem is solved.It's much harder to find ways for people to live independently in the community." While the sports world celebrates the skills of disabled athletes at the Paralympics, the art world is following suit."Even though we fought really hard to get changes to [the first draft of] the law, which was very bad and very dangerous for some disabled people, and had a few successes, the law still gives the administration a chance to put disabled people in institutions," he told DW."It's nice to talk, but if you talk, it should also have some results." "Disabled people in Germany are still very often institutionalized," he added."Many disabled people have to live and work in institutions for disabled people like in care homes, group homes and work in big so-called sheltered workshops." "The new law still gives the administration the chance to say: you are too expensive and we'd rather you move into an institution," he added.
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