Executive Commission: Czech Republic and Legally-Binding Vote
executive commission: But Hungary and Poland have taken none at all, while the Czech Republic has accepted 12, according to Metro News. The EU's executive Commission sought reasons why but was given no satisfactory explanations. Under the plan, Hungary, Poland and the Czech Republic were supposed to take in a combined 10,000 people. The Commission said Thursday that the three remain in breach of their legal obligations and have given no indication that they will contribute to the implementation of the relocation decision. The refugee relocation plan was adopted in a legally-binding vote by a majority of EU member states, but not the three refusing to take part. Their cases are being referred to Europe's top tribunal, the Court of Justice. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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