The United Kingdom condemns the "outrageous" and "vague" ruling of the European Court of Human Rights on Rwanda

The United Kingdom condemns the “outrageous” and “vague” ruling of the European Court of Human Rights on Rwanda

The European Court of Human Rights’ decision to prevent deportation to Rwanda for asylum seekers who have arrived in the UK is “so outrageousAnd it was taken this way.opaque‘,” British Home Secretary Priti Patel attacked on Saturday.

On Tuesday evening, a specially chartered plane for hundreds of thousands of euros was ready to take off from an English military base, when the European Court of Human Rights, the Council of Europe’s jurisdiction that ensures compliance with the European Convention on Human Rights, voiced its opposition, causing a setback for the government.

You have to look at the patternsPatel told The Telegraph on Saturday. “How and why did they make this decision? Was it politically motivated? I think so, sure.»

The mysterious way in which this court operated is absolutely outrageous.She said. “We don’t know who the judges are, we don’t know the panel(s), we haven’t received a verdict‘, she added.

The court based in Strasbourg (eastern France) considered that the British judiciary should examine in detail the legality of the device, scheduled for July, before deporting the migrants.

By wanting to get rid of its responsibility to take in asylum seekers and send them more than 6,000 kilometers from London, the British government claims to be curbing illegal crossings of the canal, which has been steadily increasing despite repeated promises to control immigration since Brexit.

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