Israel's AG to draw up guidelines for 'voluntary' repatriation of jailed Eritrean, Sudanese migrants
Three months ago, Haaretz reported Israel had 'voluntarily' repatriated 1,000 Sudanese migrants without informing the UNHCR, and offered Eritreans choice between staying in jail, or signing voluntary repatriation forms.
Human rights organizations are furious over a plan by Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein to formulate guidelines for the "voluntary" repatriation of Eritrean and Sudanese migrants held in Israeli jails.
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