EU’s top court has ruled that Hungary’s detention of illegal immigrants in border zones is illegal.
Orban needs to adjust attitudes in Serbia regarding its refusal to take back these illegals…it’s spelled VETO (any EU accession).
The ECJ also says that if such an applicant has no means of subsistence, he or she has a right to financial support to get accommodation.
The EU and Council of Europe chains that prevent nations from properly defending borders are getting tighter…much tighter.
– Nearly 300 illegals are held in transit zones on the Hungary-Serbia border.
Some claim the ECJ ruling means Hungary must devise new asylum rules. This is pure bull and does not have to be the case; instead, Orban will have to adjust the attitude of Serbia, which has complicated the issue by refusing to take back the illegals who attempted to enter Hungary via Serbia.
Concerning the two families who sued, the ECJ says Hungary rejected their asylum claims and Serbia refused to readmit them. Serbia is the problem here.
Serbia is a candidate for the EU and Hungary has been supportive of these efforts, but if Serbia refuses to take back illegals entering Hungary, then Orban must explain to the Serbian government that they have a veto in the process and will no longer support its entry. It was Serbia, until recently, that foolishly allowed visa-free travel from Iran.
This is not too much too ask from Serbia and certainly Hungary and others in CEE can start helping Serbia to deport the illegals back to Afghanistan and Iran, which is the best solution, especially during the pandemic. There are two families here so spacing is not an issue…but it’s an important precedent to set to try to get the ball moving on deportations out of Europe.
The illegals are from Afghanistan and Iran and are not entitled to stay. Hungary will not release the illegals to roam the streets and cannot give one inch to the EU diktat…or the NGOs and others will target the country to push their agenda in order to try to neutralize the one man who often stands in their way.