quarta-feira, 2 de setembro de 2015

Hungary: First and last stop in the EU for hundreds of refugees

Hundreds of refugees are preparing to spend another night in Keleti station, in Budapest.

Since Tuesday morning, that the Hungarian police prevents access of displaced people, mostly Syrians, installation, after having allowed hundreds to embark for Germany, on Monday.

The refugees, who have been able to buy tickets to Munich, protesting against conflicting decisions of the Hungarian authorities.

The Hungarian Parliament should discuss this Wednesday a reform of immigration law that provides for, inter alia, the mobilization of the army to stem the flow of refugees.

A Syrian refugee claims, "we are here waiting for the departure of the train, we don't want anything else, just the train leave, can't understand why the police prevents us from embarking.

On the other end of the line, in Munich, the refugees continue to arrive the dropper, after a stopover in Vienna.

About 3,000 people have been admitted to the town in the last 12:0 am, most coming from only two convoys of refugees who left Budapest Monday.

The Germany had recognized the possibility of having to accommodate about 800 thousand of migrants this year.

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