EU Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos presented new reforms to the Common European Asylum System in Brussels, on Wednesday.
Avramopoulos reminded those present that Europe “already has the highest asylum standards in the world”, but he went on to outline how they would be improved.
Outlining the reforms, Avramopoulos maintained that this new system would be fairer, saying, “The reforms simplify, clarify and shorten the asylum procedures, creating a fairer and more efficient EU procedure for dealing with asylum claims – one that is generous to the most vulnerable but strict to those who try to abuse it.”
Avramopoulos vowed to offer ‘deserving’ asylum seekers protection, in contrast to those "who do not have the right to receive protection in the European Union”.
The process for a reform of the Common European Asylum System was launched on 6 April 2016.
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