In fact, any kind of deportees are hard to find in Germany these days.
But at least we know that they are here in Germany, authorities assure the worried public. What other country would put up with this madness?
A German federal police report says that deportation orders were up 17 percent, but that actual deportations were down 4 percent. Meanwhile, the labor minister argues that some of those being deported shouldn’t be.
More than half of the ordered migrant deportations failed to be carried out through May, in almost all cases because the individual could not be located, a German newspaper reported on Sunday.
Through the first five months of the year nearly 24,000 people were ordered to be returned to their home country but only about 11,000 deportations were completed, according to an internal report by the federal police that was first reported by the Welt am Sonntag.
“How we deal with the migration issue will determine whether Europe will last.”