More EU states oppose ‘permanent’ refugee quotas

Clear split between EU countries that want a common asylum system (Germany, Austria, Holland are the most vocal) and those who don’t. Spain is hesitating, and Poland, Czech, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary are against. The more asylum seekers a country has, the more likely it supports moves towards a common system. The counties that want a standard asylum status determination system have more refugee-friendly systems and are more likely to award refugee status that those counties who don’t want standardisation.

https://euobserver.com/justice/130723

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