Ungrateful refugees complain about almost everything and calls the management at the asylum reception center racists.
The protesters staying at the asylum reception center in Stamsund Lofoten, Norway, are in a joint statement pointing on several matters they describe as reprehensible, for example that the nearly 150 residents are forced to share one washing machine, the newspaper Lofotposten writes.
Furthermore they claim that the kitchen is poorly equipped, they have only one TV, only one functioning computer in the computer room and that the basement is still closed after a fire before Christmas.
Demonstrators also believes that in several cases too many people live in each room, and the building at times is not sufficiently warmed up.
They also expressed their belief that the management has acted racist, writes Lofotposten.
Among other things, the management have said that if the residents wasn't satisfied with the conditions, they could just go home.
Tom Edvardsen, manager at the asylum center does not agree with in the allegations that the management have said racist statements.
- We are set to follow the rules set by UDI. Had we not done that, we had not had jobs today, says Edvardsen.
- Such claims as we have heard today is part of the job in this business, he adds.
Edvardsen says all six stoves at the reception center worked on Tuesday morning.
- On Monday a new industry washing mashine was mounted after the old broke. The washing machine is available from seven o'clock in the morning until eleven at night. That the Internet has been unstable, is a known problem in the whole society in recent weeks, says Edvardsen.
- We also have a resident council where such matters should be addressed. We have not heard anything until these demos, he adds.
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