The British government plans to impose stricter restrictions on the movement of asylum seekers, as implemented by Greece to tackle the migration crisis, reveals the newspaper “The Daily Telegraph” this Saturday (11/20/2021) Is.
British Home Minister Priti Patel is studying the possibility that it could be implemented in new centers for migrants arriving on English shores after crossing the waters of the English Channel in small boats.
According to the information, asylum seekers will be bound to follow certain rules, otherwise they may lose the right to seek asylum in the United Kingdom. The ministers want to emulate the model Greece has used, where migrants’ movements are closely monitored to prevent them from fleeing these detention centres.
A British government source told the newspaper: “If they break the rules, their asylum claim could be affected. You may be told that you have to be here at a certain time. If so, these are reasonable rules.” ,
Last week, the media revealed that the government was also considering bringing canal-crossing migrants to Albania. Under that plan, migrants would be sent to that country seven days after arriving at English beaches to process their asylum claims.
On the 11th, the United Kingdom recorded a record number of migrants, with a total of 1,185 people crossing the canal in small boats. (efe)
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