Germany’s interior minister has criticised a “minority” of refugees who’ve absconded from or caused trouble within their allocated reception places.
Thomas de Maiziere was insistent that the moves discovered by the migration authorities in Germany are accepted by migrants while insisting only a few were involved.
“Until this summer, the refugees were grateful to be here with us,” he said. “They asked where the police were, where the authorities were, where they would be moved to. Now there are many refugees who believe they can reassign themselves, they leave our facilities, hail a taxi and, astonishingly, spend money travelling hundreds of kilometres through Germany, protest because they do not like the accommodation and cause trouble because they do not like the food.”
His remarks coincide with recent survey results which seem to exhibit growing bitterness in regards to the disaster among Germans. ARD public television released data showing 51 percent said the refugees were now focused on the long run, due to the migrant comings.
Berlin has selected to bear the brunt of migration with over 200,000 of the entrances of September to Germany.