It would ruin so many things in the US if we followed along, including those amazing Maury’s when they trot out 5 or 6 different candidates.
I can see where some of the Euro misogyny comes from if this is really public policy that is considered acceptable in some countries.
I could see possibly banning the tests for children born to married couples if there was some question regarding reliability. But otherwise, I tend to think acceptance of fatherhood of a non-biological child should involve informed consent on the part of the non-biological father. In the short run, purported fathers finding out their purported children who came out of their wives are not theirs is likely to have some adverse effects on some children. But I think in the long run: children in general will be better off if parental responsibility is assigned appropriately; and men are not discouraged from working hard to provide, by thinking they are getting bullshitted to death.
Put it another way: if society crumbles and we end up with the majority of people living in cardboard shacks and wallowing in shit, that will hurt a lot more children than letting married men find out the truth through paternity tests.