Asylum seekers at the luxurious refugee castle Lia Hof outside Falkenberg require that the Swedish Migration Board stops the plans of closing the accommodation, reports SVT.
Recently the Swedish Migration Board announced that the castle is one of several asylum accommodations in Halland which will be closed down. The accommodation will be closed in a month.
The residents are dissatisfied with being forced to move and many of them have signed a protest list to remain in the county asylum castle.
- We made the list of names because people do not want to move from here. Many families have children at school here and it is difficult for them to change school. Everyone have settled in society and it becomes difficult to move, says Fatima Hujaj, who started the protest list, to P4 Halland.
In December 2012, just before Lia Hof opened the asylum operation, Gustav Kasselstrand, then chairman of SD's youth association, SDU, drew attention to the accommodation by recording a film depicting how he checked himself into the ancient castle. No wonder why they refuse to leave the luxury:
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