Today an editorial comment in the NZ Herald explored the tragic death of Sanil Kumar, who died on Monday in Lautoka Hospital after being deported to Fiji a month ago.
The original article appears in the NZ Herald Wednesday May 28, 2014.
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The integrity of this country’s immigration system is, of course, very important. If exemptions are granted too frequently, there will, inevitably, be a muddying of the rules. But that system must not be applied so austerely as to appear utterly inflexible. Occasionally, there will be an instance that suggests a relaxation of the rules on compassionate grounds may be warranted. Such a case appears to have been that of Sanil Kumar, who died on Monday in Lautoka Hospital after being deported to Fiji a month ago. When he was deported, a cousin was part way through a tissue-matching procedure to be a donor. Other members of his family had raised $120,000 through fundraisers, raffles and donations. This, obviously, was a substantial achievement.
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