Denmark releases new asylum laws
January 27 , 2016
Denmark’s Parliament has come up with reforms aimed at refraining migrants/refugees from seeking asylum by postponing family reunifications. The Danish government has given a ‘go ahead’ to the authorities to seize valuables from the refugees. A bill regarding the same was presented by the right-wing minority government of Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen and approved by 81 of the 109 lawmakers in attendance.