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Migrants Processing centers open in Germany

The German government hopes migrant reception centers will ease tensions, but the people on the ground fear the opposite will happen. 

By – huanqiu.com

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According to the general immigration plan developed by the Ministry of internal affairs of Germany, the so-called refugee anchorage center is designed to accelerate the asylum process and to repatriate or repatriate those who have no right of residence. From 1 days, Bavaria took the lead in transforming the former transit center and temporary shelters into 7 anchor centers. Each anchor center will centrally manage about 1000 to 1500 refugees. The center also has a branch of the federal immigration and Refugee Board, the federal labour office, the juvenile Bureau, the judiciary and the administration of foreigners to speed up the asylum process.

Berlin Morning Post female journalist Nadia visited the first time in the Audi car headquarters near the city of Ingolstadt Manxing Anchor Center. It used to be a military camp, which was converted into a refugee camp two years ago. There was a police car moving slowly outside the center of the anchor. There are wire fence outside the anchor center, and there are security patrols within 50 meters. There are about 1100 refugees living there, besides the branches of government agencies, as well as canteen, schools and other facilities.

Im tired and I dont know whats going to happen, said Udia, a 28-year-old Nigerian who has been here for 320 days. He told reporters that every 6 refugees in the building he lived in were crowded into one bedroom. 70 men and women and children shared a bathroom and toilet. There are about 400 children in the refugee camp, but there is only one playground less than 20 square meters. Refugees at anchor centres receive a monthly subsidy of 135 plus toiletries and clothing vouchers during the operation of the asylum procedure. Udiya said he was most afraid of the security. They even rant open the door and enter their room without knocking at the door. Almost every night, refugees were quarrelling with police and security personnel.

The hard environment of anchor center was criticized by human rights organizations. The charity Caritas has warned that if hundreds of thousands of refugees live in a narrow space without a future and no work, it is easy to fight small things, such as the moving of a refrigerator, or the order of a subsidy. The organization even said that it was full of prison atmosphere.

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The problem of anchor centres is only a microcosm of the poor living conditions of German refugees. Many refugees told European media that they had sold their property and spent more than 10 days or even a month in Germany seeking refuge. But it was found in Germany that Germany was not a paradise in their mind, no legendary welcome fee of 2000 euros, no work to find, or even a big problem. Some refugees are poor because of poor food in refugee camps and even run to food charities across Germany to compete with local poor people for food.

In May this year, two refugees from Georgia held a dispute over food distribution in a refugee camp in Dresden. The refugee camp staff called the police to solve them. But eventually it evolved into about 50 refugees and attacked police. Two police officers and a security guard were injured in the violence.

Mijal, an Iraqi university student refugee, complained to the Global Times reporter that some of the hard run conditions he had stayed were very bad, and could not sleep well and have no leisure facilities. Despite the fact that Iraqs security problems remain prominent, he wants to return to his hometown at least, at least there are friends, and the countrys dream on the right track.

German world daily 1 reported that in 2016, there were about 72.2 million people in Germany submitted the application for asylum, the number dropped to 198 thousand in 2017, the first half of 2018, the number of 81 thousand. In the two years, many refugees voluntarily returned to their country of origin. In the first 5 months of this year, Germany granted 7500 applications for voluntary return of refugees. According to the situation, adults will receive 800 to 1200 euros of funds, and children under 12 will receive half of the funds. Even if some refugees get the right of asylum, they can live in refugee apartments everywhere, but there are still many problems. Refugees are often difficult to integrate into German society because of their language and economic problems. Refugee children are often placed in immigrant schools and have difficulty in learning. Many refugee families live in two places. According to the new German regulations, from August 1, only no more than 1,000 refugees a month can receive their families to live together in Germany. The German refugee policy is lacking in humanitarianism! The German radio station commented that refugees were deprived of their basic rights. German news television said that Merkel had opened the door to welcome refugees, now German society is experiencing the sequelae of the refugee crisis.

German world daily 1 reported that in 2016, there were about 72.2 million people in Germany submitted the application for asylum, the number dropped to 198 thousand in 2017, the first half of 2018, the number of 81 thousand. In the two years, many refugees voluntarily returned to their country of origin. In the first 5 months of this year, Germany granted 7500 applications for voluntary return of refugees. According to the situation, adults will receive 800 to 1200 euros of funds, and children under 12 will receive half of the funds.

Even if some refugees get the right of asylum, they can live in refugee apartments everywhere, but there are still many problems. Refugees are often difficult to integrate into German society because of their language and economic problems. Refugee children are often placed in immigrant schools and have difficulty in learning. Many refugee families live in two places. According to the new German regulations, from August 1, only no more than 1,000 refugees a month can receive their families to live together in Germany.

The German refugee policy is lacking in humanitarianism! The German radio station commented that refugees were deprived of their basic rights. German news television said that Merkel had opened the door to welcome refugees, now German society is experiencing the sequelae of the refugee crisis.

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