Czech Prime Minister REJECTS Latest Refugee Quotas as EU Plans $290K Per Person Fine For Countries Refusing “Fair Share” Of Refugees
The Prime Minister of the Czech Republic rejects the mandatory quotas for the redistribution of refugees proposed by the European Commission. He’s right.
The Czech Republic was the last country to reluctantly join the EU. It was tough to stand alone. But now the EU plans a $290K per person fine for countries refusing its “fair share” of refugees. Looking back now, which was the tougher choice?
As Norway offers cash for refugees to leave, announcing that they won’t be accepting any more refugees from the EU, and Switzerland prepares its military to close down borders, the EU has seemingly had enough of every country acting as if it has any type of sovereignty left. The European Commission has announced that it is going to pull rank on everyone, and in Obama-like fashion, will be fining countries for not taking their fair share of refugees. (Zero Hedge)
The European Commission plans fines of $290,000 per person on countries refusing to take in their fair share of refugees.
Borders are good. National sovereignty is good. The abdication of national sovereignty leads to dictatorship as we are seeing with the EU. “If the whole world became a dictatorship, then all one can do is form a conspiracy — which would probably be discovered in five minutes — and die that way rather than commit suicide. That would be one’s only choice.” — Ayn Rand
Europeans are keeping the EU in power through their passivity.
“Prime Minister Sobotka rejects latest refugee quotas,” ČTK | 5 May 2016
Prague, May 4 (CTK) – The Czech Republic rejects the mandatory quotas for the redistribution of refugees proposed by the European Commission again as they divide Europe and make no sense, Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka (Social Democrats, CSSD) told journalists on Wednesday.
Sobotka reacted to the proposed reform of the EU asylum system published by the European Commission on Wednesday.
It revives the mechanism of refugee redistribution among EU countries according to quotas.
Earlier on Wednesday, the quotas were also rejected by foreign ministers of the Visegrad Four (V4), which is comprised of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.
Sobotka said it was a good thing that the EC has proposed that the asylum applications be handled by the first countries the refugees enter.
“Each country is responsible for the protection of its border and for the implementation of the asylum proceedings,” Sobotka said.
“The existing asylum system of the EU and the Schengen area are based on these basic rules. This is why the principles must be observed and enforced,” he added in a press release.
However, he strongly rejected the use of a mandatory system for the redistribution of migrants.
The idea of mandatory quotas is wrong
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