Hungary and Slovakia are taking the European Union to court over refugees; specifically, the EU’s refugee distribution scheme.
With the weather now warming, European leaders are expecting the ongoing migrant crisis to intensify with numbers peaking last year’s summer averages wherein Greece and Italy were seeing some 3,000 migrants per day.
The EU Council came up with a quota plan to “distribute” hundreds of thousands of refugees across Europe to lighten the burden on Italy and Greece.
EU globalists, emboldened by President Macron’s win in France, are putting pressure on the smaller, central and eastern European states to accept more migrants or else face future economic sanctions. So Hungary and Slovakia are taking one for the team by taking the EU to court.