Thursday, 26 May 2011
According to a German committee of experts, in 2010 only 14.8% of immigrants who should have been removed from Germany actually left the country. And only 5.7% were deported. The others, presumably, left of their own accord. The category of those who should have been removed would include such people as rejected asylum seekers and foreign criminals due to be deported.

The report from the committee of experts accused politicians of lacking the will to see the deportations through and claimed that they allowed themselves to be influenced unduly by various lobby groups agitating on behalf of the foreigners.

Source: Der Spiegel


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