German Minister: If New Asylum Centers Fail, Refugees Should Be Deported | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

German Minister: If New Asylum Centers Fail, Refugees Should Be Deported

The head of the Bavarian Interior Ministry, Markus Soeder, has said that Germany should start sending potential asylum seekers back to their borders if the new refugee center advocated by federal authorities does not work as planned.

“Uncontrolled immigration has fundamentally changed not only the political architecture, but also the security situation in Germany since 2015. This should not happen again,” the Bavarian Interior Minister and member of the Christian Social Union (CSU) said in an interview with the newspaper Bild.

If the new initiative – which aims to create large refugee centers to house all potential asylum seekers while their applications are being processed – ultimately fails, then Soeder believes that Germany should resort to more drastic measures.

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