'In Mongolia they have nothing'

Human rights organisations have told Polish Radio that the possible deportation of a Mongolian family from Poland, in the country for eleven years, would be cruel and inhumane and against the European human rights charter.

As we reported yesterday, Khash Batdavaa (pictured right) had to take his university exams in the company of a border guard after his family failed to legalise their stay in Poland.

“In Mongolia they have nobody and nothing,” Karolina Rosilowicz, a lawyer from the Helsinki Foundation told Polish Radio’s reporter John Beauchamp.

The Batdavaa family are currently staying in a detention centre in the south east of the country. Their fate is in the hands of the courts, which are to decide whether they will be sent back to Mongolia, a country the younger members of the family have never been to, or allowed to return to their home in Krakow.

Source:www.thenews.pl (Polish Radio)




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2 comments:

  1. Polish people, let this poor Mongolian family stay in your country.... Mongolians are much better than Muslims and other guys. We integrate and we learn better. We are flexible and liberal... Don't be afraid of us. We are democratic people.. Let Batdavaa and his family stay in your country.

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  2. dear previous anonymous,
    i understand you want to support your countrymen, but you shouldn't do so at the expence of saying "we are better than muslims". that's just ugly.

    but i do hope the Mongolian family won't get deported. being deported after a decade is a nightmare, they are not things that can be moved from here to there, it doesn't go that simple with people. they have friends, relationships and feelings attached to poland, i sincerely hope polish authorities will consider that.

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