‘Everything will collapse’: German courts ‘overwhelmed’ by asylum seeker claims
The number of cases filed by asylum seekers challenging the decisions of immigration authorities in German courts has brought the legal system to the brink of collapse, a top German judge has warned in an interview.
The sheer number of cases filed has overwhelmed the civil courts of the country, said Robert Seegmuller, chairman of the Association of German Administrative Law Judges while speaking to the publishing house Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland (RND).
“The situation is dramatic for administrative courts,” Seegmuller told RND. “We are now completely stretched to our limits.”
— RT (@RT_com) June 22, 2017