The Center for Peace Studies in Croatia (CMS) has responded to the silence of Croatia, which has been condemned by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) for its actions against migrants.
At the press conference held in the capital, Belgrade, in “two weeks of silence by officials,” CMS drew attention to the fact that no statement was made regarding this case in Croatia, which was found guilty of human rights violations in line with the decision announced by the European Court of Human Rights. Human on January 17th.
Recalling that in 2015, three migrants under police surveillance lost their lives and another was seriously injured, CMS official Antonia Bendulic said that the European Court of Human Rights had ruled that Croatia had acted against human rights in relation to this incident.
Pointing out that the European Court of Human Rights has found Croatia guilty of violating the right to life, Bendulic said, “As CMS, we have been giving warnings on this issue for two years now. Investigations into crimes against migrants and asylum seekers are ineffective.” He said.
Pointing out that Prime Minister Andrej Plenković and Interior Minister Davor Bozinović did not issue any statement even two weeks after the decision was announced, Bendulic said, “We are talking about three people who will still be alive if the Croatian government properly provides security despite the court’s decision.” European Union for Human Rights, the government does not accept the existence of a problem in this matter. He rated it.
Underscoring that migrants who crossed the Croatian border continue their lives in very poor conditions, Bendulic noted that these people were placed in places such as garages.
Lydia Horvat, the lawyer of Moroccan Abdeljalil Dribo, who survived the fire with injuries, said that his client was fired in 2018 for threatening Croatian national security, and said: “In the investigation of the fire, 10 percent of the salary of a police officer who saw the area was cut off, the other police officer is innocent. It has been found.” He said.
Previously, the European Court of Human Rights found Croatia guilty of having a migrant dead on the train tracks.
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