EU divided: Eurosceptic capitals face huge fines after ECJ says they broke migration laws

EU divided: Eurosceptic capitals face huge fines after ECJ says they broke migration laws

Daily Express - World·2020-04-06 11:04

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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) said Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic had “failed to fulfil their obligations under European law” after they failed to comply with a decision to shelter refugees in line with national quotas. They “can rely neither on their responsibilities concerning the maintenance of law and order and the safeguarding of internal security, nor on the alleged malfunctioning of the relocation mechanism to avoid implementing that mechanism,” the Luxembourg-based court said today in its binding ruling.

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