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Sunak says the UK may leave the Human Rights Convention

Sunak says the UK may leave the Human Rights Convention

During the 1st debate for the post of Prime Minister, the incumbent says that foreign courts cannot endanger the country.

UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said this Tuesday (4.Jun.2024) that the country may withdraw from the ECHR (European Convention on Human Rights) to maintain the island’s security against illegal immigrants. The speech was organized and televised during the 1st British Prime Ministerial debate ITV.

According to Sunak, maintaining the security of the United Kingdom is a matter for a foreign court. I will always choose the defense of our country before becoming a member of a foreign court.He declared.

Speaking on the topic, Keir Starmer, the opposition leader from 2020 and current leader of the Labor Party, unlike Chung, He said under his government the UK would not withdraw from the European Convention on Human Rights and wanted gangs to be held accountable for illegal immigration. “crushed”.

The current prime minister’s plan to send British asylum seekers to Rwanda has been criticized by the Sunak government’s opposition party, saying the idea is at odds with human rights treaties the UK has pledged to uphold.

Formerly Starmer Prometheus Cancel flights immediately if you take the oath. Second He, the refugee, has the right to wait for asylum in the country.

During this Tuesday’s (June 4) debate, the 2 candidates pledged to work with Donald Trump if elected to the Republican White House. For them, the British should have good relations with the Americans.

Second Polls for voting purposes carried out by Also common, Labor is the favorite to win the elections scheduled for July 4th, with a target of 45% of the vote. Sunak’s Conservative Party got 26%.

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