Published 12 January 2021 at 17.12
Khan, who was born in Denmark in 1986 and belongs to Pakistan, the third world, argued in the European Court that Denmark had “violated” his so-called human rights when the Nordic country expelled him through a judgment from the Danish HD 2017.
To be forced to live in one’s own country was, according to Khan, a “disproportionate” severe punishment. He had no views on the other parts of the sentence, but only appealed the expulsion.
One reason why Khan never became a Danish citizen is that he has hardly done anything other than commit crimes in Denmark. Between 2003 and 2017, he has been convicted 13 times, mainly for crimes against a person.
Denmark now has the right to carry out the deportation to Pakistan.
“The court reiterates that a state has the right to control the entry and stay of foreign nationals there,” the court wrote in a press release. According to the European Court of Justice, expulsions must still be proportionate, and in this case they were, the court considered.
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