Wednesday, May 31, 2023

The European Council indicates that Rome is suffering a “persistent” crisis in the UK

After approving the third phase of the Integration Plan for Roma, the Human Rights wing of the Council of Europe showed that in Britain gypsies, Roma and Dacia people suffer “unequal” discrimination.

The educational system, the media and even the legal system are some of the areas in which this segment of the population is most attacked. Despite recent legislative changes in their favor, such as the aforementioned policy, “persistent” problems remain.

In addition, the Consensus Framework for the Protection of National Minorities says that other laws such as nationality and borders have raised new concerns, because Gypsies can be deported without prior notice, in violation of Human Rights.

Added to all this are the recent issues of the new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Act (PCSCA), the law by which the practice of nomadism is considered to be transgressive. This question was directed against the nomadic and gypsy people, who did not hesitate to oppose the government’s plan when they saw their way of life threatened.

It is not pronounced in the United Kingdom

The European Council not only worried about this problem, but also directed others such as the integration of Cornwall into the national curriculum as a minority language in Cornwall, concern about the harassment of the courses by the Jewish and Muslim people and the intrigues of “antigypsyism” to fight “the most widespread prejudice against the minority” in Britain and this Northern Ireland.

As of 2017, the United Kingdom does not dominate the issue, which is shocking for being one of the founders of the Council of Europe and the one that ratified the Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities. However, they have not yet ruled on the matter.

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