The UK will send 30 asylum seekers on a flight to Rwanda from Tuesday. Earlier, the London High Court had given the green light.
- Asylum seekers who have entered Britain illegally will soon be staying in Rwanda.
- The conservative government wants to use this to deter refugees.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson And his Government Got the green light in court: Illegal asylum seekers May be flown to Rwanda. This plan is highly controversial.
The London High Court on Friday evening refused to issue a restraining order. It was the first flight scheduled for Tuesday to the East African country with about 30 asylum seekers Not stopped.
Plaintiffs – Many refugee organizations and one Labor Union – The verdict can be appealed. The Court of Appeal may hear the case on Monday.
The agreement with Rwanda provides for the repatriation of illegal immigrants to Great Britain by air to an East African country. Then they can seek refuge there.
With that, the Conservatives want Government To prevent refugees. Human rights activists say the agreement violates the right to asylum.
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