The outright fraud of ”refugee” status in this modern age would cause real human rights activists during the Cold War to wretch their guts out…..
Before tougher policies, Finland ranked below European average for negative asylum decisions
Finland passed several measures in 2016 to make its asylum and family reunification policies stricter. In the year previous to this however, Finland’s percentage of 43 percent negative asylum decisions places it near the centre in a pan-European comparison. Experts predict that the number of negative asylum decisions may jump to 60 percent in 2016. After the stricter policies came into effect in May 2016, for example, 77 percent of the applications processed in the month of June were rejected.