Djokovic, Amnesty: “For a few days he experienced the lives of dozens of asylum seekers, victims of war and torture”

“Amnesty International observes the story of Djokovic very closely because of the relationship between a tennis champion and asylum seekers. It is a sensational fact: the Park Hotel became the place of Australia for a few days cross between the story of a lucky person and those of other people who are victims of persecution and torture who got stuck in that hotel. The other ‘guests’ have never had the opportunity to appeal that Djokovic had ”. The spokesperson for Amnesty International Italia said, Riccardo Noury, on the story of the tennis superstar Novak Djokovic, who, as he was not vaccinated, was initially held in a hotel used as a detention center, where asylum seekers and migrants reside. “Australia’s migration policy is cruel. There are over a thousand alternative detention centersand throughout Australia. The hope is that the fact that the number one in the world ended up in that place bring some attention

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