SWEDEN threatens to sue Hungary for refusing to take back 5,000 illegal alien Muslim invaders from Sweden

Sweden says, “We have almost 5,000 cases where people are registered as asylum seekers in Hungary, but Hungary will not take them back when we try to send them,” (GOOD!) said immigration and Justice Minister Morgan Johansson.

Apparently, the Muslim freeloaders weren’t happy with the prison-like accommodations they were given in Hungary, so they fled to Sweden, the welfare-seekers paradise.

Championed by leader Viktor Orban, Hungary has voted emphatically against accepting EU migrant quotas, exit polls suggest, in a cry of defiance against Brussels that is likely to cement the country’s status as the leader of a “counter-revolution” against the bloc’s central powers.

Friatider  The Swedish government argues that Hungary violates the Dublin rules, which means that a refugee seek protection in the first safe country they come to. Arable asylum seeker on to other EU countries, the person is sent back to the first country. According to Morgan Johansson, the European Commission’s responsibility to ensure that this Agreement is held. 

On Monday, EU asylum and migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos went to Hungary to discuss among other things the issue with the authorities. But he got no positive response. On its website , the Hungarian Government declared that it gives priority to focus its resources on its own citizens.

“For the Hungarian Government, it is the most important Hungarian people, their security, and not the illegal immigrants who crossed into the country from a safe country,” writes one.

Independent Sweden will take Hungary to the European Court of Justiceunless it starts taking back asylum seekers from other EU countries, the Swedish minister of justice and migration has said.

Morgan Johansson wrote to the EU migration commissioner, Dimitris Avramopoulos, calling on him to impose the Dublin Rules on Hungary. Sweden has joined Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway in condemning Hungary for breaking EU Dublin rules.

The accord stipulates refugees should seek asylum in the first Schengen zone country they arrive in. Yet Hungary claims the refugees first entered the EU through Greece, so it is responsible for examining their claims instead.

According to the Dublin agreement, an EU country has six months to transfer a person to the country they were first registered in. But if the transfer is not made within that timeframe, it becomes responsible itself for the asylum seeker instead.

It appears that Hungary is the last defender of Europe.