Denmark Offshores the Right to Asylum - CounterPunch.org

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Published: Jun 10, 2021
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A.I. Bias Rating :

36% Conservative

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Politician Portrayal:

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Policy Leaning Analysis:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 36% Conservative:

  • 3 positive sentiments and 4 negative sentiments for Refugee Migration.



Policies:

Refugee Migration

Sentiments

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8% "Denmark already has a memorandum of understanding with the Rwandan government that covers migration, asylum, return and repatriation.""
4% "The approach of the current government is to negate the very right to seeking asylum in Denmark, aided by third countries.""
2% "In 2004, 1,607 people were granted asylum compared to 6,263 three years prior.""
-8% "Filippo Grandi, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, voiced strong opposition to efforts that seek to externalise or outsource asylum and international protection obligations ..."
-10% "The response to the legislation from those in the business of advocating for refugees and the right to asylum has been uniform in curtness ..."
-16% "If you apply for asylum in Denmark, you know that you will be sent back to a country outside Europe, and therefore we hope ..."
-18% "The right to asylum is vanishing before the efforts of bureaucrats and border closing populists.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

54% : Denmark already has a memorandum of understanding with the Rwandan government that covers migration, asylum, return and repatriation.
52% : The approach of the current government is to negate the very right to seeking asylum in Denmark, aided by third countries.
51% : In 2004, 1,607 people were granted asylum compared to 6,263 three years prior.
46% : Filippo Grandi, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, voiced strong opposition to "efforts that seek to externalise or outsource asylum and international protection obligations to other countries."
45% : The response to the legislation from those in the business of advocating for refugees and the right to asylum has been uniform in curtness and distress.
42% : "If you apply for asylum in Denmark, you know that you will be sent back to a country outside Europe, and therefore we hope that people stop seeking asylum in Denmark."
41% : The right to asylum is vanishing before the efforts of bureaucrats and border closing populists.

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