Refugees Sue Germany Over Welfare

Approximately 20 Syrian asylum seekers in Berlin are taking a government agency to court for not registering them fast enough.

The reason behind the lawsuit is that they can’t enjoy any social benefits before they get processed by the State Office for Health and Social Affairs, and are hence struggling to sustain a livelihood, according to Deutsche Welle. The refugees wants immediate payouts and the complaint is based on the fact that it has taken weeks for them to get processed.

A court spokesman said the refugees are out to “put pressure on the authorities.” A ruling in the case is expected in the next few days.

The southern state of Bavaria is also threatening to sue the German government if it doesn’t take immediate steps to stop the influx of refugees. Bavaria is the southern-most state in the country where majority of the refugees enter the country initially.

Chancellor Angela Merkel has repeatedly said the country won’t put a quota on the influx or close the borders. Her popularity in Germany has decreased rapidly since the start of the migrant crisis and a majority of Germans admit they feel anxious about her refugee policies.

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Refugees taunt police with selfies showing stolen goods but they CAN'T be arrested



The pick-pocketing teenagers – dubbed the 'klau-kids' by German media – have also shown off designer sunglasses, cameras and cash on Facebook.

There are thought to be up to 150 operating in Berlin alone, most of them from from eastern Europe and North Africa.

Many are waiting for their asylum claims to be processed amid the biggest migration crisis since the Second World War.

But the crimes are unlikely to affect their applications because they are considered to be minors under German law, according to reports.

Bodo Pflazgraf of Germany's police union said it is "incomprehensible" that serial offenders are not detained.

But legal official Martin Steltner said it is difficult to have a credible witness to back up claims made against alleged thieves.

According to Breitbart, he said: "Legally, we need to have strong suspicion. That is why prosecuting pickpockets is often very difficult."

Last month Chancellor Angela Merkel opened German's borders to an unlimited number of people fleeing war-torn Syria.

She said "the right to political asylum has no limits on the number of asylum seekers".

But just days later officials imposed temporary border controls after struggling to deal with the influx of refugees.

Sigmar Gabriel, Germany's vice-chancellor, admitted the country was at “the limits of its capabilities".

Authorities expect up to 1.5million refugees to arrive this year, up from the previous estimate of 800,000.