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Denmark Asylum Seekers Hit Headlines

December 2013, 31
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Revelations have come about that an asylum centre in Copenhagen Denmark, is being used as a base for the dealings of drugs. As this has become apparent authorities will split the centre to try and stop this activity from continuing. Te detention centre is one of the largest in Denmark and currently houses more than six hundred asylum seekers. There are two groups of asylum seekers that stay in this centre and so, to stop the drug dealing and the centre being used as a base, the two groups will be split.

At present new asylum seekers, immigrants that are new to Denmark and are waiting for their application to be processed are housed along with asylum seekers who have been denied access and a visa but have basically reapplied. These two will now be split into the two groups/categories that they fall into. The system hope that splitting the two groups of asylum seekers will be enough to curb the drug dealing but unfortunately there will always be people that will continue to abuse a system that was put into place to help people. These undesirable selfish people, in this case drug dealers will ruin the centre for legitimate individuals that are playing by the rules of both Denmark and the centre.

Once the authorities have targeted exactly who is the culprit in the drug dealing, then they will be dealt with in an appropriate manner. Once the culprit has been found they will be removed from the centre as will failed asylum seekers. It will not be tolerated that certain individual will jeopardise a centre for others by dealing drugs and using the centre as a base, it is now a known problem and will be dealt with and stopped. All measures will be taken to stop this. The drug dealing became apparent after it was exposed on television in Denmark, some people have been arrested after the findings. The man was an asylum seeker who had been refused asylum. The red cross who run the asylum centre have come under criticism over the drug dealings, many people are blaming them for the problem that is currently going on in this particular centre as well as others across Denmark. The cross have constant said that the drug crime has and always will be reported to the police but it seems this is not actually the case, this is why the red cross are coming off badly in this situation.

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