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What is being warned? Britain "closed the door" to the Albanians: Oh the rafts, oh the power
Written by SOT.COM.AL 2 Shkurt 2023
The British Minister of the Interior in an interview with the Daily Telegraph said that the issue of immigration will be the "ram of the flock" of the British conservatives in the upcoming elections, which they cannot win, according to her, if they do not stop the passage of immigrants by rafts through La Manch.
"O rafts o power", seems to be the motto of her and the government she is a part of, addressed to the party and the deputies on the eve of the voting of new very harsh anti-immigration laws that are expected to be published in the coming days.
"The British can't forgive the Conservatives if they don't stop the dinghies," says Suela Braverman, the Minister with perhaps the most anti-Albanian and anti-immigration stance in British politics in recent decades. The government expects very strong legal recourses for its plans and laws, not only in parliament and the House of Lords, but also in the British justice system, when violations of international conventions such as the European Convention on Human Rights or the UN Convention are at risk. - for the Refugees of 1951.
The government demands the removal of the right to seek asylum for those who entered illegally and their immediate return to safe or third countries. Only in Albania could Britain return illegal immigrants as well as Rwanda, which is in limbo and is unlikely to be possible until the beginning of next year.
According to the latest analysis, the arrest of nearly 47,000 immigrants who arrived on rafts who cannot return from where they came when there is no repatriation agreement, as there is only with Albania, could cost the British taxpayers about 1 billion pounds.
If during this year the arrivals go according to the trend of 65 thousand arrivals, only 19 thousand will be repatriated, where 18 thousand arrivals from Albania could be included in this figure, if they are caught, detained and repatriated, when at the moment very few eyes are returned to Tirana from those of last year.