Skip to comments.German judge warns of court system 'collapse' due to mass number of asylum complaints
Posted on 07/20/2017 4:43:40 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The massive number of court cases challenging asylum decisions have stretched authorities to the limits, a leading judge told German media on Thursday.
The chair of the Association of German Administrative Law Judges told publishing group Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland (RND) that the number of people bringing legal challenges against their asylum request decisions has overwhelmed the administrative courts.
The situation is dramatic for administrative courts. said the organizations chair, Robert Seegmüller. We are now completely stretched to our limits.
RND further calculated based on national and European data that there are currently around 250,000 asylum decisions waiting to be challenged in the courts.
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Just say no.
and send back, bye bye. It’s the only way to save them
Obviously they need those immigrants to serve as law enforcement, judges, and jury members.
you.... you COULD just say.... “no”... ya know?
and.....................in steps sharia
They didn’t make any effort to understand this is how Islam/muslims work the court systems wherever they are......it’s part of their agenda to bring nations to yield by plugging up the courts....so Germany brought this on themselves.
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