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Tuesday, June 18, 2013More than 90 per cent of the irregular migrantswho applied for asylum in Malta last year weregranted refugee or humanitarian protectionstatus at first instance, according to Eurostatdata.This was the highest percentage in the EU27and well above the 28.2 per cent average.The data shows that 90.1 per cent of applicantsin Malta were granted a positive decision at firstinstance. Another five per cent of those whoappealed were then granted protection.Malta was followed by Italy which grantedrefugee or humanitarian status to 61.7 per centof its applicants at first instance. Another 64 percent of those who appealed were then grantedthe protection.Most of those granted protection in M

Tuesday, June 18, 2013
More than 90 per cent of the irregular migrants
who applied for asylum in Malta last year were
granted refugee or humanitarian protection
status at first instance, according to Eurostat
data.
This was the highest percentage in the EU27
and well above the 28.2 per cent average.
The data shows that 90.1 per cent of applicants
in Malta were granted a positive decision at first
instance. Another five per cent of those who
appealed were then granted protection.
Malta was followed by Italy which granted
refugee or humanitarian status to 61.7 per cent
of its applicants at first instance. Another 64 per
cent of those who appealed were then granted
the protection.
Most of those granted protection in M

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