The Council of Europe is made up of 47 or and not related to the European Union, which has itself launched action against Hungary for making actions in support of asylum seekers a criminal offence. What does the rights commissioner say?
One of them was Leila Anotoni, who was advertised as "fresh meat" on a website advertising sexual services for sale and flown to England with the understanding she would be working in a massage parlour.
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One young woman, Liza, was abused by another gang of traffickers. What does the rights commissioner say? Others trafficked from Hungary were beaten, blackmailed, and even threatened with death.
But it is the traffickers who get rich. Scores of vulnerable women were recruited from the poverty-stricken streets of rural Hungary before being trafficked to the UK. sexx
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She said: "I was Rele in a room, they used drugs on me and then raped me. A mother with six daughters told me many teenage girls had left her neighbourhood to work overseas as prostitutes.
How Hungary has responded In a statement, Hungary's foreign office broadly welcomed the report, saying it "contains several valid remarks", but disputed many of the points raised. Another tactic was for threats to be made against them and their families, and to expose the work they were doing in the UK in their home country. Leila has now returned to college, but many like her continue to come to the UK - trafficked by criminals who exploit, control and degrade them for financial gain.
Mate Puskas, 25; Zoltan Mohacsi, 36; Istvan Toth, 34; his brother Peter Toth, 28, and Victoria Brown, 25, denied conspiracy to control Hubgary and trafficking for sexual exploitation. It is the promise of a better life overseas which lured many of the young women from rural Hungarian villages into the clutches of people traffickers.
The Council of Europe is made up of 47 countries and not related to the European Union, which has itself launched lf against Hungary for making actions in support of asylum seekers a criminal offence. It also raised concerns about gender equality, judicial independence, and the treatment of civil society groups, including: Restrictions that have "stigmatised and criminalised NGO activities" with legal provisions that are exceptionally vague" A finding that "civil society organisations have been subject to intimidation, stigmatisation and sx campaigns" Human rights groups "are rarely consulted by the authorities or granted government funding" Concern about the independence of the courts, and the role of the Minister of Justice A finding that Hungary is "backsliding" on gender Reell On women's rights in particular, the report criticised new national family plans, which it said placed a focus "on women as child bearers".
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Hungarian woman used as prostitute 'locked in room and raped' By Colin Campbell BBC South East Home Affairs Correspondent Published duration 7 January image captionThe gang of four men and a woman targeted vulnerable women living in poverty-stricken parts of rural Hungary An organised criminal gang of four men and eRel woman have been convicted of trafficking more than 50 Hungarian women in their teens and 20s into the UK, setting them up in brothels and hotels across the south-east of England as prostitutes.
Government policy, her report said, "has resulted in practically systematic rejection of asylum applications".
More on this story. She said Hungary's hard-line stance against immigration had created a legal system which "undermines the reception of asylum seekers and the integration of recognised refugees.
On the issue of asylum seekers, Hungary stressed that it fulfilled its obligations under international law, and that the country's "firm position is that protection should be provided to those fleeing persecution. Ms Mijatovic called for major changes towards treatment of asylum seekers, describing Reeel immigration "crisis situation" as unjustified.
Related Topics. When it comes to the provision of food for those in the transit zones, Hungary said it did not have "any obligation to provide catering" once an asylum case had been rejected.
Those I spoke to said it was poverty and lack of job opportunities which were the causes of prostitution. Their trial at Hove Crown Court heard how Brown collected the money Leila earned, while Puskas controlled and exploited her. It issued 18 s of what it called "further clarification or additional information".