Massive criticism of Danish aid-funded plan to send asylum seekers to an African country
NewsFebruary 15, 2021
/ By: Bjørn H Amland
Denmark’s Social Democrat government proposes changes in the immigration law to allow thousands of asylum seekers to be sent to a refugee centre in an African country, which would receive generous aid in return. The move is unprecedented in Europe and critics call it an attack on refugee protection and a “betrayal of aid”. The aim is for no spontaneous refugees to receive asylum in Denmark, but international law prevents it from going all the way.
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