Never can saving lives be divisive


Never can saving lives be divisive

  • News by AUN News correspondent
  • Thursday, October 20, 2022.
  • AUN News – ISSN: 2949-8090


  • Loujin died in this manner by pleading for water.

  • There aren’t many NGO search and rescue ships, and because of restrictions imposed by legislation and bureaucracy, they cannot respond to emergencies, putting migrants in the care of the Libyan coast guard or making them wait days to land at safe ports.

  • Instead, Emergency aims to respond to the distressed ships by being present and providing “Life Support.”

  • The Italian government is a “bureaucracy,” the European Court of Justice responded in August, explaining why Sea Watch vessels will be blocked for months in Palermo and Porto Empedocle in 2020.

  • The “Life Support” will therefore sail out into the vast ocean.

    Analysis by: Advocacy Unified Network


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