Sep 23 2015
European leaders’ hopes of solving the Muslim invader crisis were in tatters tonight after Slovakia said it will take them to court to sue over enforced Muslim economic asylum seeker quotas. Other Eastern/Central European countries – Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland, Coatia – could soon follow.
UK Express (h/t Brenda K) Slovakia’s furious leader said his country will REFUSE to accept any migrants under the controversial European Union scheme, which he blasted as illegal “nonsense”. His remarks left the new law dead in the water just 24 hours after it was passed and raised the prospect of a widespread rebellion amongst member states.
Slovakia was one of four nations who voted against controversial plans to force EU member states to house some 120,000 asylum seekers through a fixed quota scheme.
Central and Eastern European countries who are already bearing the brunt of the migrant crisis were infuriated after the scheme was railroaded through against their wishes by other nations.
Tonight Slovakia’s furious prime minister Robert Fico vowed to sue Brussels over the decision. He raged: “We will go in two directions. First one, we will file a charge at the court in Luxembourg. “Secondly, we will NOT implement the (decision) of the interior ministers.” He added: “We have been refusing this nonsense from the beginning, and as a sovereign country we have the right to sue.”
The threat calls into question the future of the entire plan and means that it is likely to get bogged down for years in the European courts. It was tonight unclear whether or not Brussels would be able to force any country to take in its required quota of migrants whilst the legality of the scheme remains in doubt.
Slovakia, which has a population of 5.4 million, objects to the relocation of 120,000 migrants and refugees from Italy and Greece throughout the EU. It currently has only a small migrant community and the public opinion is against accepting Muslim asylum seekers, who make up the majority of those looking to enter Europe this year.
Fico called the decision passed by a rare vote, rather than the accepted unanimous vote by all EU member states, a “dictate of the majority” and said the plan fails to address the core issues of the refugee crisis.
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Croatia has blocked all trucks from Serbia out of fear that they could be transporting more Muslim invaders.