Several illegal migrants shelter centers shut down in Libya
The Head of the Illegal Immigration Fight Center, Mohammed Besher, ordered Tuesday the shutdown of several migrants shelter centers in Tripoli, Sorman, Al-Khums, and Al-Gala.
The order says the centers will be shut down because they are located in residential areas that are not prepared to host such centers, which have been built randomly and at odds with human rights conditions.
According to the order, most of the closed shelter centers don't comply with the legal standards of such buildings and are not built for this purpose - illegal immigration shelter centers, adding that they are owned by persons as farms and big stores, not special buildings for the ministry of the interior.
Meanwhile, international reports said earlier that illegal migrants' centers in Libya are full of violations.
Doctors Without Borders urged last Friday Libya to end the arbitrary arrests of illegal migrants and asylum seekers.
It described as well the current arrest system in Libya as extortive amid lack of laws in Libya and the lack of adherence to the international laws and conventions.