Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced the move on Wednesday after the Supreme Court rejected the government’s plan to deport asylum seekers to the African country.
Rishi Sunak An ordinance will be enforced to reiterate security in Rwanda As a country receiving asylum seekers. The Prime Minister announced that he would not leave the British Parliament European Court of Human Rights Stop Deportation of immigrants An anomalous situation for the African country.
The head of the British administration says he accepts the Supreme Court’s ruling and will make a new deal with Rwanda.
Sunak’s arguments have already failed to convince the five-judge panel The Supreme Court of the United KingdomIt declared deportations illegal this Wednesday because of the risk of migrants being sent back to the countries they fled.
“Necessary changes may be made to eliminate the risk of resurgence in the future, but it has not been demonstrated that they are being implemented now. The Home Secretary’s appeal is therefore dismissed,” confirmed Lord Reid, president of the Supreme Court. The Court of Appeal’s decision was handed down in June.
Under an agreement signed in 2022, the African country agreed to host some Asylum seekers When orders are processed. But a last-minute appeal halted the first deportation flight.
The British executive guarantees that the policy is designed to prevent migrants from risking their lives while crossing. English channel In small boats.
Rishi Sunak has pledged to “stop the boats”, referring to the overcrowded dinghies and other small vessels that make the journey from northern France carrying migrants hoping to settle in the UK.
More than 27,300 migrants crossed the English Channel this year, down from 46,000 in 2022. The decline is seen as evidence that the tougher approach to migration is working.
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