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British media: Prime Minister Sunak and Truss want to extend the controversial deportation agreement with Rwanda |  Abroad

British media: Prime Minister Sunak and Truss want to extend the controversial deportation agreement with Rwanda | Abroad

Rishi Sunak, one of the possible successors to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, will present a plan on Sunday to expand the controversial Rwanda agreement. That reports the British newspaper “The Guardian”. His opponent, Secretary of State Liz Truss, also wants to tackle immigration policy.

According to the Guardian, the former British Chancellor of the Exchequer will pledge as Prime Minister to tackle illegal immigration and restore control of Britain’s borders. Sunak will also promise that Rwanda’s “at any cost” plan will succeed.

The British government has agreed with Rwanda to accept asylum seekers from the UK for 120 million pounds (139 million euros), in order to curb immigration. However, the plan led to a lot of criticism and was narrowly decided by the European Court of Human Rights last month. to draw a line. The British government opposes this decision.


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The Conservative Party wants to announce who will succeed Johnson on September 5.

Sunak confronts Truss in the battle to succeed Johnson. It also promised to expand the scope of the Rwanda deal in the British newspaper “Mail on Sunday”. It also wants to increase the number of British border workers from 9,000 to 10,800.

The Conservative Party wants to announce who will succeed Johnson on September 5. The controversial prime minister is stepping down after three years because members of his government have resigned en masse due to dissatisfaction with his leadership that has been burdened with all kinds of scandals.



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