The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a bill to scrap the 60-day limit on accepting applications for refugee status, government officials said.

The bill to amend the Immigration Control and Refugee Recognition Law, compiled by the Justice Ministry, features a new system under which the justice minister would be able to issue asylum seekers with temporary-stay permits should they meet certain criteria.

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