The reaction of OIN to this kind of civilian disobedience has two dimensions: First, they cut every kind of support. Concretely, this means (inter alia):
- Not providing any more money
The OIN does not provide any more financial support to the people with international protection, who overstayed their time in Bicske. Consequently, they cannot buy even food for themselves. The OIN has ceased to provide their weekly allowance for food of around 6500 HUF,which they had been provided before 1 April, 2013. This leads to the fact that these people (including families with children!) – due to the lack of working possibilities – are forced to beg money or food from the other people in the camp who are still entitled to their weekly allowances.
- No medical care, no medication
The OIN has stopped to provide medication and medical care to the people of concern. These people are not allowed to visit the resident nurse and the doctor in the camp. This can lead to the deterioration of the health of many of the people of concern, especially those with chronic diseases or serious psychological problems. There are already huge tensions resulting from the fact that people with psychological problems have not received their crucial medication.
- Not providing travel allowances
The people of concern are not provided with travel allowances any more. The MSG does not understand how the OIN can expect the people of concern to seek for housing solutions outside of the city of Bicske under these conditions. Given the fact that neither money, nor adequate job opportunities are provided for them, the people of concern do not have money to pay for their public transportation tickets to be able to visit possible housing solutions.