Security policy expert Georg Spöttle thinks incomprehensible why the migrants threw away their papers – including registration papers, passports, and documents providing refugee status – which would make considerably easier their legal entry into the European Union, inforadio.hu wrote.
The M1 TV asked the expert in connection with a man around Szeged, throwing away registration papers, collected a Serbian identity card, a Swedish residence permit, a document certifying political refugee status from Jordan, military books and passports in recent weeks. The papers were almost without exception issued for citizens of Syria – M1 Hirado said.
Georg Spöttle said: “they must have a very-very good reason” to throw away a Syrian passport, with which they could stay three years without any registration and request for asylum in Germany. According to the expert, the explanation can be that they were targeted by the authorities in or outside Europe, maybe they fought for al-Nusra (considered as the Syria branch of the international terror network al-Qaeda) or they were the fighters of the Islamic State.
The M1 Hirado program said “guidebooks” were found among the thrown papers, which help the migrants with advices, maps and the description of their rights, and they also provide details on the rules of fingerprints as well. They also encourage immigrants to seek legal counsel. As it has been said: detailed briefings can be found about countries, and there are names and phone numbers the migrants can turn to. In the Hungarian section the Hungarian Helsinki Committee is marked first for those who seek legal aid – Hirado said.
Marta Pardavi, co-chair of the Hungarian Helsinki Committee responded in connection with this on last Saturday that they have long been helping the migrants on the basis of existing legislation. Their organization is widely known about it – she noted.
Newspaper Magyar Idok previously stated that the publication of the guidebooks made for illegal immigrants was supported by George Soros’ Open Society Foundation. This, however, was refuted by the foundation.
based on the article of inforadio.hu
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