Bavarian premier Horst Seehofer: Germany under ‘great illusion’ it can deport failed asylum seekers – #MigrantCrisis

Germany under ‘great illusion’ it can deport failed asylum seekers – senior official:

A “great illusion” prevails in Germany over the deportation of failed asylum applicants, Bavarian premier Horst Seehofer argued, adding it is unrealistic to expel all migrants once they are in the country.

It is much more humane for European countries to protect common borders and decide on the spot whom to allow in than to accept migrants en masse and struggle to deport failed applicants, said Seehofer.

The politician, who also leads the Christian Social Union (CSU), the Bavarian sister party to Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU), told Focus magazine on Friday it was “almost impossible to send back migrants once they are in the country.” 

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Germany Coalition Party Considers Hungary-Style Migrant Referendum

“Considers” … The CSU party is exactly doing what it is told to do, just like Merkel’s CDU.


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Germany Coalition Party Considers Hungary-Style Migrant Referendum:

The government coalition member Christian Social Union (CSU) party is considering having a nationwide referendum on the migrant crisis in the same style as Hungary.

The Bavarian-based CSU, ally of Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU), announced Monday their intention to ask party members if they support the idea of a national referendum in Germany on migrant issues, reports German broadcaster BR24.

The referendum would likely be in a similar vein to the vote in Hungary on October 2nd which saw a 98 per cent result in support of the Hungarian government’s stance on not wanting to accept the European Union’s (EU) migrant resettlement programme.

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Minister: Send Migrants Home, Germans Don’t Want a Multicultural Society

Minister: Send Migrants Home, Germans Don’t Want a Multicultural Society:

Bavaria’s finance minister has recommended Germany send migrants home, as integrating such a large number of people from such foreign cultures is impossible.

Markus Söder said that rather than facilitating family reunions, politicians should push for the “return of several hundreds of thousands of refugees in the next three years.” In an interview with Spiegel, the Christian Social Union (CSU) minister noted that large areas of migrants countries of origin are safe and said that Germans don’t want a multicultural society.

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