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Commenting article: Amnesty International: Refugees, Roma Continue to be Mistreated in Bulgaria

In its annual report on the state of human rights in the world released on Wednesday, Amnesty International states that refugees and Roma continued to be mistreated in Bulgaria in 2015.

According to the report, there continued to be alleged push-backs of refugees and migrants by border police, reception conditions of asylum-seekers remained poor, while the country had no integration plan for recognized refugees.

Amnesty International also notes that local and national authorities continued to forcibly evict Roma and that the amendment of legislation on hate crime had stalled.

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Fr Jack Hackett - 25 Feb 2016 // 22:04:18

Most EU countries including Bulgaria do not have enough money to take proper care of their own people let alone the invasion force which continues to arrive here not to work but to receive free housing and a lifetime on welfare while abusing the people who are giving them everything. It is better that these fake refugees understand that Bulgaria does not have the money to support more people than live here already. I read that between 35million and 60 million people are preparing to come to the EU

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Rurik - 26 Feb 2016 // 17:11:13

Europe as the site of the final battle between the Muslim 'kings of the earth' and the Christians?
Armageddon, блядь.

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