Repatriation: Germany sends more asylum seekers back to other EU countries

German authorities are increasingly applying the Dublin rules. According to a report, this is a response from the federal government.

Repatriation: Germany sends more asylum seekers back to other EU countries

Germany is currently increasingly returning asylum seekers to or EU member states. This is reported by Süddeutsche Zeitung, citing federal government's response to a question from left-hand group. Thus, in first five months of this year almost 4,100 people were brought back to States which, according to European law, are responsible for respective asylum procedure. Up to year, this would result in almost 10,000 so-called Dublin renditions. Throughout past year, re have been only 7,100 cases.

The Dublin rules provide that refugees must return to country in which y first entered EU. From January to May, according to report, German authorities have applied se rules in 38 percent of all procedures – and thus more often than in previous years: 2017 were thus still 33 percent, 2016 almost eight percent.

Deportations mainly to Italy

Most of requests went to Italy, according to information, almost 1,400 people were sent back re. According to federal government, a total of 9,200 cases were requested in Italy.

The left-wing politician Ulla Jelpke holds new figures for no good news. In Süddeutsche Zeitung, she spoke of "forced Redistributions" in Dublin system, which are "inhumane and ineffective" – and would not continue to work in future.

Date Of Update: 28 June 2018, 12:02

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