State Comptroller: Israeli asylum-seeker policy may be in violation of law
The report points to the lack of sufficient action plans in the fields of health, welfare, employment, infrastructure and policing. Policy aside, tens of thousands of asylum-seekers will be living in Israel for years to come.
The state comptroller’s report, which was published on Wednesday afternoon, levels harsh criticism at Israel’s treatment of asylum-seekers from Eritrea and Sudan.
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