quarta-feira, 27 de janeiro de 2016

Denmark: Amnesty International and UNITED NATIONS condemn asylum law reform

In addition to attracting a new wave of criticism, the vote sowed fear among refugees in Danish territory.

Asylum centre in Hellerup North of Copenhagen, a Syrian question "who can live three years without the children?" and says that when he talks with them by phone, they cry and wonder why the left ".

Amnesty International's Director for Europe and Central Asia States that it is "a sad reflection of how Denmark turned away history support to international standards of refugee Convention".

Another asylum-seeker in the heart of Hellerup, an Afghan, says that the decision of the Danish members causes "tension and concern. It will take a long time for each case is analyzed and eventually approved. By making the rules, all people feel anxious and pressed ".

The Bill, called "L87", has been accused by the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees to feed "the fear and xenophobia".

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