The Slovakian government will submit its lawsuit against the European Union (EU) over the nonwhite invasion on December 18, even though it is under imminent threat of sanctions after refusing to take in any invaders.
The Slovakian Prime Minister Robert Fico announced earlier that his nation would refuse to implement a decision made by the European Commission (EC)—the EU’s governing organ—which dictated that all EU member nations had to take in a share of the nonwhite invaders who have poured into Europe this year.
Fico refused outright to accept that Slovakia had to take any of the invaders, and instead announced that his legal experts would take the EC to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to argue that the decision to “distribute” the “refugees” among member states was contrary to the EU’s own Dublin Agreement, among other laws.
In terms of the EU decision, Slovakia was obligated to “receive” 802 refugees, of which 190 should come from Italy and 612 from Greece. The quota is calculated based on the size of the country’s population, its GDP, the number of asylum requests in the past five years, and the unemployment rate.
In the interim, the Slovak government has simply refused to accept any invaders through a number of technical maneuvers which have brought that country to the brink of having sanctions imposed on it by the EU.
As reported in the Slovak Spectator newspaper, Slovakia has still not installed the “liaison officers” in Greece and Italy, as requested by the EU. These officers are supposed to be tasked with selecting the invaders to be given “asylum” in Slovakia.
No “liaison officer” has been appointed at all for Greece, and the one who was originally appointed for Italy has been reassigned with the Interior Ministry and is no longer available for this task. No replacement has been nominated to date.
Furthermore, Slovakia was supposed to tell the EC by the end of October exactly how many invaders it was going to “accept and accommodate.” This has also not been done.
The Slovak Spectator reported that it had approached the EC over the Slovakian refusal to fulfil any of these “obligations”—but that a spokesman refused to say “when its patience with Slovakia would wear out.”
Earlier this year: Ungrateful nonwhite invaders burn a reception center in Brezica, Slovenia, after “not being processed fast enough.”
* Meanwhile, some 400 nonwhite invaders who had earlier managed to cross the Slovakian border, have been holed up in a camp in the town of Gabčíkovo in terms of an agreement signed between Austria and Slovakia.
The invaders are all seeking “asylum” in Austria, and, while waiting to cross the border, have spent their time engaging in endless complaints about the “lack of facilities” in Gabčíkovo.
They promised us the same conditions as in Austria but the differences here are huge,” a 20-year-old invader told Aktuality.sk.
The invaders complain that there are “no schools” for their children, no regular health care, and that they are “not happy” about the food they receive.
Approached for comment on the conditions by Aktuality.sk, Slovak Interior Minister Robert Kaličák said that the facility was “not a hotel.”