V4 Report: Austria ??: Sebastian Kurz taking back control of country, as the government seeks to deter illegal migration and tighten asylum policies.

V4 Report: Austria ??: Sebastian Kurz taking back control of country, as the government seeks to deter illegal migration and tighten asylum policies.

V4 Report: Austria ??: Sebastian Kurz taking back control of country, as the government seeks to deter illegal migration and tighten asylum policies.

** The V4 Report enthusiastically supported this coalition from as far back as April 2017. They have not disappointed and continue to impress.

– The Coalition Government of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz (ÖVP) and Vice-Chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache (FPÖ) have proposed that migrants entering Austria will have to pay up to 840 euros to contribute to the cost of asylum procedures.

– Those who commit a crime, including so-called “migrant minors”, will immediately be deported from the country, Strache said.

In addition, the migrants who are “traveling back to their home country” for vacation or other reasons will immediately lose their right of residence in Austria.

– The Austrian government is expecting the authorities to take away mobile phones from migrants to obtain vital information from them, such as where the migrant is coming from and any possible criminal activities. This action will be applied in cases where migrants are suspected of providing false data.

– A similar approach has been chosen by Denmark ??, which collects money and valuables from the migrants worth up to 10,000 Danish crowns (35,000 CZK) to help pay the costs of procedures.

However, in Germany, they take a more lenient approach. This is not a surprise. According to the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, cellular data analysis is considered to be the last possible resort and only applies in rare, isolated cases within a narrow legal framework. Typical of Germany, which remains “on their knees”.

*** The priority of the new Austrian government is to fight illegal migration, said Interior Minister Herbert Kickl (FPÖ).

On issues of migration and curtailing the powers of Brussels to give back more control to the European nation states, Austria has become a key ally of Visegrad. We expect more in the region of Central-Eastern Europe (CEE) to follow their lead.

Onward!

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