France struggles to deport rejected asylum claims, says auditor


Watchdog says France spends too much money on asylum seekers, too few failed applicants are being deported and the process is too long.

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France’s national auditor has slammed the country’s asylum policies, saying too much money is being spent on asylum seekers and too few people whose claims are rejected are being deported. It says the problems are linked to the excessive length of time it takes to process a claim, reports RFI.