Switzerland: "300 children in 3 months - baby boom in Eritrea refugees"
From Victoria –
April 30, 201731931
Jobs, stress, financial hardship, three factors that do not allow the locals to attract and / or provide young people who are trapped in the hamster wheel and fall asleep exhausted in the evening. In contrast, "refugees" who escape the persecution and are traumatized by the hardships, they consistently implement the family planning because every additional child brings a piece of social security and security against deportation.
Blick.ch reported on 20.04.2017 - Article abstracts:
[...] This development is also reflected in the most important countries of origin for asylum seekers. Compared to the last quarter of 2016, the number of applications from Eritrea decreased by 33 percent to 939. Nevertheless, it remains the most important country of origin.
The number of Eritreans who entered Switzerland effectively was much lower, writes SEM. For about one third of asylum seekers are born of children whose parents are in asylum - 300 children in three months.
In addition, in the first quarter of 2017, several groups of Eritreans came under the relocation program. Asylum seekers, already registered in Italy or Greece, are distributed to other European countries. [...]