On September 27, the European Association for the Defence of Human Rights (AEDH) denounced the cooperation of Belgium, France and other Member States of the European Union with Sudan, in particular to the detriment of any consideration for their obligations under, inter alia, the United Nations Convention against Torture.. The
On 9 October 2017, the Court of First Instance of Liège judged in favour of the unilateral request made by the Belgian Human Rights League (francophone) to obtain the ban on expulsions envisaged for several Sudanese migrants. In its order, the Court has forbidden the Belgian State to repatriate the
Migreurop calls for the immediate halt of all collaborations initiated by the European Union and its Member States with Omar El-Bashir’s dictatorship and with any country breaching fundamental rights.
When it comes to the expulsion of foreigners deemed undesirable, nothing seems to stop the European Union (EU) and its Member
Théo Francken, Belgian Secretary of State for Asylum and Migration, called on Sudanese agents to carry out identification checks in the Maximilian Park in Brussels, where many migrants found ‘refuge’. The European Association for the Defense of Human Rights (AEDH) strongly condemns the resort to Sudanese agents at the service