A Danish court of impeachment has issued a 60-day prison sentence for former Immigration Minister Inger Støjberg after finding her guilty of neglecting ministerial duties and ordering the separation of underage asylum-seeking couples.
Denmark’s former immigration minister has been sentenced to two months in prison after a special court found her guilty of illegally separating several couples of asylum seekers where the woman was a minor.
Inger Stojberg, Denmark’s former immigration minister, was sentenced to two months in prison for her role in separating asylum-seeking couples.
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Alfons López Tena Denmark’s former immigration minister, Inger Stojberg, was sentenced to prison for ordering to separate underage married asylum-seekers, even if they had children. Her harsh migration policies were hailed by populist right-wing European parties.
Silky One by one, right wingers r coming to their deserving punishments..such news r like light of beacon in these stormy times enveloping world just due to greed of right wingers.