Czech government reserves itself the possibility to take legal action on immigrant quotas, if Europe tries to put a permanent number of immigrants to host in every country.

The Czech Republic is one of the four countries who opposed to the relocalization of the 120.000 immigrants all over Europe.

Prime Minister Bohuslav Sobotka declared in a Sunday Show that he expects a wider opposition to the issue, even if he thinks that this permanent quota is unlikely to be applied and that it’s important that it was not included in the reform.

He also added that the government will talk about the possibility of legal actions against Europe “when it’s time”.

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