(Reuters) – U.N. experts appealed to the Netherlands on Tuesday to provide emergency shelter to homeless
migrants invaders this winter, saying it was unacceptable to leave people invaders in the cold in the Christmas season.
A statement from independent U.N. human rights experts said the Dutch government had declined to provide 15 million euros ($18.8 million) in funding to more than 60 municipalities where
migrant invader shelters are needed.
Leilani Farha, U.N. special rapporteur on the right to adequate housing, said the government of center-right Prime Minister Mark Rutte is required under international law to provide food, clothing and shelter to the needy [invaders].
“In these dark days before Christmas, it is appalling that the Dutch government will not even commit less than 0.01 percent of its yearly budget to help
people invaders living in absolute misery and poverty,” the U.N. special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Philip Alston, said in the statement.
It said the European Committee of Social Rights, a body that oversees the European Social Charter, recently decided in two separate cases that the Netherlands was violating the right to emergency assistance of
adult homeless irregular migrants invaders…
Any chance that the Dutch government is trying to encourage the invaders to leave? No, it can’t be that, that would be too sensible. Likely some kind of administrative glitch.
The word ‘irregular’ is a tipoff that these people are boat people from sub-Saharan Africa who landed in Italy, and then, against EU rules, left for the Netherlands.