SEE ALSO :Court okays winding up of bankKituo Cha Sheria moved to court opposing the Government’s decision to start repatriating refugees from January 21, terming the move unconstitutional. “The said decision is in violation of many provisions of the Constitution as well as international law concerning refugee protection. There is need for the court to halt the decision to give affected parties an opportunity to ventilate their concerns,” the institution’s lawyer Solomon Masitsa said in the petition. He said the decision to move all the refugees to camps was based on unfounded theory that the refugees as a whole were a threat to national security and it violates the principle of individual criminality. “The moving of the refugees to camps will be followed by eventual repatriation to the frontier of their countries of origin, a move that violates Article 33 of the UN Convention on the status of refugees as well as Section 18 of Refugees Act,” said the lawyer. The organisation asked the court to stop the Government from receiving, registering and closing down all registration centres in urban areas. He submitted that the decision of the Government to move all refugees was undertaken without consultations.