Amnesty International denounces the “urban jungle” that shelters migrants in Portugal


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“The flow of entry into the country has increased, but the means and people to manage these entries has not increased, quite the contrary,” said Amnesty International’s spokesman in Portugal, Pedro Neto.

The conditions in which migrants are living in Portuguese cities are of an authentic “urban jungle”, where mattresses are rented in overcrowded spaces, denounced this Wednesday by Amnesty International (AI).

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