Israel's Immigration Tribunals Are Seriously Flawed, Say Rights Groups

Asylum seekers sometimes wait two years until their case is heard, judges can't cope with the caseload and there is a lack of transparency, according to a report on the special tribunals.

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The tribunals which deal with asylum seekers, labor migrants and other people who lack citizenship or legal residency suffer from numerous serious flaws, a report by two human rights groups said.