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Parliamentary questions
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1 April 2019
P-001563-19
Question for written answer P-001563-19
to the Commission
Rule 130
Norbert Erdős (PPE)

 Subject:  Results and experience of supervision of persons receiving bank cards for refugees
 Answer in writing 

According to an official explanation from the Commission, the bank cards of all refugees in the EU, although issued anonymously, are monitored. The Commission claims that it knows which EU bank card belongs to whom. Furthermore, the identity of the card user and the use of the card are regularly checked. Despite this, the Syrian terrorist leader Hassan F., who was captured in Hungary, received an EU anonymous bank card for refugees.

1. Exactly which civil society organisations are involved in supervision of the use of bank cards for refugees?

2. How many immigrants who have received EU bank cards for refugees have so far been checked?

3. What were the results of these checks?

Original language of question: HU 
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