C'est sûr qu'avec une telle politique, les mouvements de "sensibilité populaire" et de "sens commun" vont progresser à vitesse grand V un peu partout en Europe. Et la répression à mesure...
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Put up or pay up: EC wants to fine EU members €250,000 per refused refugee - report
RT France, le 4 Mai 2016
Titre et inter-titres E Gaillot pour €calypse News, le 4 Mai 2016
EU member states could soon be charged hundreds of millions of euros for denying asylum to refugees if the European Commission has its way, according to media reports citing a measure to be proposed on Wednesday.
The scheme expected to be revealed by European Commission President Jean-Claude Junker is considered one of the most contentious parts of the revision to the so-called Dublin asylum regulation, which allows northern EU countries to deport refugees to their port of first entry.
The €250,000 fine per refugee ($289,659) was reportedly agreed upon during Monday’s meeting, Financial Times quoted sources as saying.
However, the fine is not yet set in stone and could be subject to negotiation. “The size of the contribution may change, but the idea is to make it appear like a sanction,” an official familiar with the proposal told the newspaper.
Another source said that the fine would be “hundreds of thousands of euros” per refugee.
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The commission’s goal is to redistribute the weight of the refugee crisis from countries such as Greece by introducing automatic asylum quotas for each EU member state.
So far, the commission’s scheme to relocate 160,000 asylum-seekers has reportedly not even reached one percent of its target.
Some of the countries opposed to the draft plan include Poland, Slovakia, Romania, and Hungary.
Under the new proposal, a country such as Poland, which has an existing quota of 6,500, would have to pay over 1 billion euros ($1.1 billion) if it were to refuse to accept any refugees, according to Financial Times.
Another example is Hungary, which has a quota of 1,294 but has offered no places to asylum seekers so far. Under the new plan, the country would be forced to pay a fine of 323 million euros ($3.7 million).