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Austria Notes Migrant Crime Doubles in One Year

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Interior Minister: Criminal Migrant Suspects More Than Doubles In Two Years

Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka of the Austrian Peoples Party speaks to journalists as he arrives to the weekly cabinet meeting, in Vienna, Austria on May 10, 2016. Austria's unpopular and squabbling centrist coalition began the search for a new leader and a new start after a surging populist far-right forced Chancellor Werner Faymann to resign. / AFP / JOE KLAMAR (Photo credit should read JOE KLAMAR/AFP/Getty Images)

by Chris Tomlinson
Breitbart, 20 Jan 2017

Austrian Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka has announced there were a total of 22,000 criminal complaints against migrants in 2016 – a significant increase since 2015.

The Interior Minister said the migrant criminal statistics had rapidly increased since 2014 causing a stir on social media. “In 2014, we had 10,400 asylum seekers who were suspected and reported, 2015 were 14,000, and 2016 were 22,000,” he said during an interview with Austrian television station ZiB 2. Mr. Sobotka then advocated a continuation of a limit on asylum applications per year, Kronen Zeitung reports

The report comes after Sobotka announced in December, having been probed by the anti-mass migration Freedom Party (FPÖ), that migrant sex attacks had gone up 133 per cent in 2016.

Mr. Sobotka also spoke on the subject of employment for asylum seekers and…

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