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Australian authorities separate asylum seekers from their families and do not care about appeals by

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Australian authorities separate asylum seekers from their families and do not care about appeals by

Post by rocky on Mon 23 Jul 2018, 1:57 am



Australian authorities separate asylum seekers from their families and do not care about appeals by the United Nations

The United Nations has expressed concern over Australia's decision to separate asylum seekers from their families and continue to be held in remote Pacific islands, while the Australian government stresses its continued policy of refusing asylum seekers who come through smuggling and illegally.
The case came after the Australian authorities deported a 30-year-old asylum-seeker, Thiliban Ganenswaran, who was waiting for a visa to stay in Australia. While the authorities granted the visa to his wife and daughter, the authorities left Genaneswaran.
"The Australian government has appealed to the Australian government to allow the man to stay with his family, but to no avail," the UN refugee agency said, adding that "the decision contradicts the basic rights of family unity and the fundamental principle of child welfare."
The United Nations has repeatedly criticized Australia's tough immigration policy, which since 2013 has transported the arrivals to remote Pacific detention camps in Nauru or Papua New Guinea.
"This policy has led to the separation of many families of migrants who have been prevented from joining their families in this country since their arrival in Australia," the UNHCR said, noting that it "received notifications of family separations when a spouse or parents from Nauru were transferred to Australia for reasons Healthy, and for childbirth. "
"The Australian government has refused to allow them to meet in Australia, although neither Nauru nor Papua New Guinea are suitable places of residence for the vast majority of refugees," she said.
"This policy is necessary to combat smuggling gangs and deter migrants who come from Iran, Iraq, Somalia and Afghanistan," warning that they are making a dangerous trip to Australia's shores without success. , Where they are prevented from entering and detained in remote islands.


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