ٍSyrians demonstrate in Denmark
The Danish government has stripped dozens of Syrian refugees of residencey permits in a move to deport them on the pretext that they come from safe areas according to its classification, and from areas classified as safe according to the Danish classification, the city of Damascus and its suburbs.
The Danish government has recently stripped 94 Syrian refugees of their temporary residencey permits, while 30 others lost their appeal to the courts after their residency stripping. In this context, it is believed that the Danish authorities are about to strip hundreds of Syrian refugees of residency permits.
The Danish authorities at present is dealing with those who have stripped their residency in a dishonourable manner by detaining them in places that resemble a prison.
Human rights parties believe that the Danish authorities are politicizing the refugee issue for electoral issues, and moving away from the essence of the humanitarian issue as Syria is still witnessing a serious deterioration in the security, humanitarian and economic aspects.
The Syrian Human Rights Committee (SHRC) calls on the Danish authorities to adopt international standards towards the Syrian refugees, respect human rights, relevant charters and treaties, and stop politicizing the humanitarian issue because they will have a disastrous impact on refugees, who are the most vulnerable group.
Syrian Human Rights Committee (SHRC)