French government sentencing due to misbehaving against Afghan refuge
Reporter: Lutfullah Nejrabi
The European Court of Human Rights condemned France’s verdict for failing to take responsibility for the life of an Afghan refugee at a migrant camp called the “Forest” in the Calais region of France. “The Afghan refugee, who was 12 years old at the time he was living in the camp,” Tom De La Land, ” and the Afghan migrant suffers from a shortage of water and food and health care, and is exposed to the atrocities of the most vulnerable,” the highest judicial body investigating human rights abuses. Sexual and physical. ”
Under the ECHR and the European Court of Human Rights, States parties are obliged to protect individuals living in their territories against violations of fundamental rights. The French government has been sentenced in violation of the prohibition of torture and abusive and inhuman treatment because of the complainant’s living conditions.