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UK begins process to expel Rwandan migrants from the country

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The UK Government considers that they have entered the country irregularly. Human Rights Associations have denounced that asylum seekers have fled reception centers for fear of being sent to Rwanda.

Euskaraz irakurri: Rwandako migratzaileak kanporatzeko prozesua abiatu du Erresuma Batuak

The UK Government has sent the first 50 notifications to migrants whom you plan to send to Rwandaconsidering that they have entered the country irregularly, the British Prime Minister announced this Saturday, Boris Johnson.

In an interview with the tabloid “Daily Mail”, Johnson anticipated that his migration plans, agreed with the African country in Aprilare expected to face various legal proceedings before the British courts.

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“There is going to be a lot of legal opposition from the kind of firms that have long used taxpayer money to build these kinds of cases and thwart the will of the people, the will of Parliament. We are prepared,” said the first Minister.

Migrants have deadlines between seven and fourteen days to present allegations against plans that have been criticized by opposition parties, more than 160 non-profit organizations and various members of Johnson’s own Conservative Party.

A report by the Red Cross and the Refugee Council organization has warned this week that asylum seekers in the United Kingdom have fled from reception centers where they were and have tried to hide in recent weeks for fear of being sent to Rwanda.

Some have begun to refuse medical and psychological support due to the fear that the health system will share their data with the Ministry of the Interior, adds that document.

The British Executive estimates that 28,526 people crossed the English Channel in 2021 to enter the UK irregularly, up from 8,466 a year earlier.

Source: Eitb

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