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5,500 asylum seekers to be housed in new direct provision centres across Ireland

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The Government is planning to house nearly 5,500 asylum seekers in new direct provision centres across the State at a cost of more than €320 million over the coming years.

Tender documents show the Department of Justice is seeking providers to operate centres in eight regions covering the 26 counties.

Aidan O’Driscoll, the department’s secretary general, has said a programme of engagement will be carried out with communities as the locations of the centres are finalised. It is understood that the department will begin analysing the bids for the contracts in the coming weeks.

The department has been under pressure to find accommodation for asylum seekers following 3,762 applications in the first nine months of this year, the highest level since 2008. There was a 20 per cent increase in demand for direct provision accommodation last year and this is expected to rise further this year.





Its just one big FUCK YOU to the Irish people and the homeless.
 

The Field Marshal

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Where is this daft enormous requirement to house asylum seekers coming from?
Is every fugitive from foreign justice to be housed by the Irish taxpayer.?

Time was when those seeking the political asylum were extremely rare birds indeed but now it appears to me the most of the process is being abused by immigrants falsely alleging political persecution .
 

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The Government is planning to house nearly 5,500 asylum seekers in new direct provision centres across the State at a cost of more than €320 million over the coming years.

Tender documents show the Department of Justice is seeking providers to operate centres in eight regions covering the 26 counties.

Aidan O’Driscoll, the department’s secretary general, has said a programme of engagement will be carried out with communities as the locations of the centres are finalised. It is understood that the department will begin analysing the bids for the contracts in the coming weeks.

The department has been under pressure to find accommodation for asylum seekers following 3,762 applications in the first nine months of this year, the highest level since 2008. There was a 20 per cent increase in demand for direct provision accommodation last year and this is expected to rise further this year.



Its just one big FUCK YOU to the Irish people and the homeless.
This is no ordinary plantation.

This is a military plantation.
 

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Its amazing how many Syrian Refugees they know will be coming from the future
Ha, yeah!

 
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