Norway is one of the last countries that I would have anticipated would support a law like this. However, during times that try men’s souls is when you sometimes find out more about people and in this case, societies than you knew or suspected before.
Norway still has a long way to go in terms of getting itself right morally speaking. However, this is a good move, especially since as the Norwegian Immigration Minister, Ms. Sylvi Lishaug, notes, 90% of all “migrants” who have come to Norway have “disappeared” and are nowhere to be found.
Hopefully Sweden and Finland will follow Norway’s example with law, and the sooner the better.
From the UK Express:
Immigration Minister Sylvi Listhaug said the move would stop refugees disappearing while their application was being looked into.
She said: “Police will now have the opportunity to arrest and detain groundless asylum seekers who come here and get a fast-tracked application process.
“We see that groundless asylum seekers are disappearing while police are processing the applications. This will stop them from running away and possibly ending up in a criminal environment.”
The scheme requires all migrants who have baseless applications to have their case processed within two days and it was put into force after mass-immigration from Eastern Europe in the early 2000s.
The justice department has now put forward a bill that calls for asylum seekers who fall within the 48-hour procedure to be jailed while their application is processed.
Article reposted with permission from Shoebat.com
*Article by Andrew Bieszad