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Polish-Belarusian border. Hanna Machińska: what is happening there will be a disgrace judged by history

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Migrants are in Poland with the hope that they will be covered by international protection. Meanwhile, they face being dumped through the forest to Belarus, where they are tortured. If children are thrown out, we are already breaking the law – said Hanna Machińska, former deputy Ombudsman, in “Rozmowie Piaseckiego” on TVN24.

Hanna Machińska referred in “Rozmowo Piaseckiego” to migration crisis on the Polish-Belarusian border. She assessed that what is happening there “will be a disgrace judged by history”. – The courts are already assessing this today. If children are thrown out and this throwing out, that is, this push-back, lasts 24 hours (…), na Belarusa dangerous state, a co-aggressor, we are already breaking the law at this point,” she added.

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The former deputy ombudsman said that “courts say that these were illegal actions”. – The legal basis is an illusory basis, such a basis should not be used – she added. She reminded that Ombudsman “he has repeatedly made speeches stating that push-backs are illegal.”

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– Will we stop the refugees by force and wall? They come from places where there are war conflicts. If each of us could see the accumulation of tragedies that those people who are tortured endure. And suddenly these people find themselves in Poland, hoping that they will be covered by international protection. Meanwhile, what do they meet? With throwing them through the forest to Belarus, where they are tortured – said Machińska.

“This is an outrageous attitude,” she added.

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