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Greek detention centers are usually discussed in terms of human rights violations and reception conditions unworthy. A study of the detention center Amygdaleza focuses on economic efficiency. It puts next investment expenditure and operating with equipment that does not meet the minimum standards set by the Committee for the Prevention of Torture of the United Nations, or the first two years of operation of the center, only 27.9% are returned to their country, 28.5% do not have to be there because they have sought asylum and can not be returned, and 48.6% are not returned.

The report (in English) can be downloaded here.