- Aug 1, 2014
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Thousands of migrants due for deportation REMAIN in Germany | World | News | Daily ExpressA secret report by interior ministers of all of Germany's 16 states says tens of thousands of migrants scheduled to be flown to their homelands in the past few months are still in the country being cared for by taxpayers.
The problem centres on incomplete paperwork, migrants lying about where they come from and the country's own medical profession.
It is reported that hundreds of doctors are refusing to sign certificates stating that those intended for expulsion are fit to fly.
The costs are often staggering when all criteria are met to send illegals home.
In one recent case it cost 100,000 pounds to fly THREE natives of Guinea home on a jet with a crew of 14, 13 accompanying police officers and a traveling doctor.
The medical scams to avoid being flown home in particular have enraged interior minister Thomas de Maziere who says: It simply cannot be the case that 70 percent of men under 40 are suddenly pronounced sick and unable to fly."
The report of the interior ministers says the refugees earmarked for returning home often display a "brazen denial of full and correct information on their person and origin. We must question whether the rule of law had not completely failed."