EU launches legal cases against Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic for not taking in refugees

EU launches legal cases against Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic for not taking in refugees, by RT.

Czech Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka slammed Brussels’ decision and called its plan to deal with migrants “dysfunctional,” Reuters reports. …

Warsaw has also reacted to Brussels’ decision, saying it intends to carry on with its current migration policy and does not intend to accept its quota of refugees. It is ready to defend its right to not take in refugees in an EU court …

However, in its Tuesday statement, the EU Commission cited its migration commissioner, Dimitris Avramopoulos, as saying, “When it comes to relocation, let me be crystal clear: the implementation of the Council Decisions on relocation is a legal obligation, not a choice.”

This should be interesting. Nations are being forced to add newcomers to themselves? The irresistible force just met the immovable object.

hat-tip Stephen Neil