The Supreme court of Papua New Guinea has recognised the inappropriate Constitution the practice whereby irregular migrants to Australia were settled in special camps in Guinean island of Manus. Now the authorities of both countries will have to take measures to end these human rights activists criticize the measures.
The Supreme court of Papua New Guinea has recognised the inappropriate Constitution the practice, when undocumented migrants are deported from Australia, was settled in special camps in Guinean island of Manus. About it reports The South China Morning Post.
Now the authorities of both countries will have to take measures to halt such practices.
Under Australian law, anyone who attempts to illegally enter the country by boat will be sent to camps in Nauru or Papua New Guinea. Under any circumstances they will not be allowed to settle in Australia. Camps in which the migrants are kept in these countries, according to human rights defenders are sometimes more like a prison: the brutality of the system and dissatisfied in the Office of the UN high Commissioner for refugees, and Human Rights Watch, and other humanitarian organizations.
Nevertheless taken by the authorities orders virtually eradicated illegal migration on the territory of Australia. data border guards, on March 31, 2016 in such camps were held 1679.
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