As if to show its double standard policy concerning the issue, the conservative team in 10 Downing Street said that those who arrive in southern Britain, following their crossing of the English Channel, must to go back to Rwanda.
The executive body laid the groundwork as of mid-2022 in the Africa nation, with the establishment of migratory service offices and promising to provide that country with 126 million dollars to receive the unwanted in the United Kingdom.
Human rights advocates see the Supreme Court decision as “a dark day for the most vulnerable,” the Morning Star commented.
Care4Calais organization leader, Clare Moseley, says that the plan will not stop the crossing of immigrants through the English Channel nor will it give more security to refugees.
For his part, the High Commissioner for Refugees of the United Nations Organization warned that those who are deported to Rwanda could be redirected from there to their countries of origin, a move known as reflux.
The Supreme Court estimated that the first eight cases analyzed since June must stay in the UK until when the Interior Ministry checks individually on the need to deport them.
Civil organizations cited by the above-mentioned daily say that, anyway, what the Government has planned as a destiny for immigrants is totally immoral, reprehensive and unjust.
Even when the decision made by the cabinet in the UK is public, the country continues as human rights “teacher” at international forums and entities, where it accuses others all the timeof supposedly violating them, experts say.