Populist Austria to Transform All Asylum Reception Centres into Deportation Centres by Chris Tomlinson for Breitbart
GNN Note – That’s how you take back your country, your heritage and keep your citizens safe. The number one job of government is to keep the citizens safe. Once they side-step that singular responsibility the people no longer have any use for representation.
The democrats in the U.S. should heed the warning. With organizations like BLEXIT and voices like Kanye West, the dems are going to be forced to rig as many elections as possible going forward.
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Austrian populist Interior Minister Herbert Kickl has announced that the country will be converting all asylum seeker reception centres to departure centres.
The Freedom Party (FPÖ) interior minister made the announcement Monday saying, “With effect from March 1st 2019 there will be no more reception centres in Austria, but only departure centres,” Austrian newspaper Kronen Zeitung reports.
The new policy will see asylum seekers with low probabilities of getting an approved claim staying at the departure centres and would have several limitations imposed upon them.
The limitations will include restrictions on where the asylum seekers are allowed to go and a mandatory curfew from 10 pm to 6 am.
Mr Kickl emphasised that the terms would be voluntary but added, “the ones who do not sign it will find themselves in a place that is far from metropolitan areas, where there is little incentive to hang around at night.”
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Along with the new departure centres, Kickl is pushing for a constitutional change to allow the government to detain dangerous asylum seekers. “There is a gap in the legal system here, and this gap needs to be closed,” Kickl said.
The push for the change comes after the murder of a government official in Dornbirn, allegedly by an asylum seeker, earlier this month.