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Seven thousand illegal immigrants are held in detention centers in Libya

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Seven thousand illegal immigrants are held in detention centers in Libya Empty Seven thousand illegal immigrants are held in detention centers in Libya

Post by rocky Wed 10 May 2017, 1:33 am

Seven thousand illegal immigrants are held in detention centers in Libya

Arab and international  Since 2017-05-10 at 09:23 (Baghdad time)

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An official from Libya's covert immigration control agency said between 7,000 and 8,000 migrants were being held in about 20 detention centers in Libya.
The official, who is the head of the protocol office in the agency, Abdul Razzaq al-Shaniti, made this statement on the occasion of the opening of a new detention center in Tajoura, in the eastern suburb of Tripoli.
At the new center, 130 young African migrants were found this week in a warehouse in Taghura, where smugglers were gathering them pending an attempt to cross the Mediterranean, a center official said.
Al-Shiniti also confirmed the arrest of a number of organizers of secret smuggling networks in the recent period, in preparation for their referral to the judiciary.
He added that migrants are periodically deported to their countries in coordination with representatives of their embassies and the International Organization for Migration, which provides assistance to migrants in detention centers.
He also said that the problem of illegal immigration is widespread, especially in the Libyan south where the border is wide open to immigrants.
"If we stop migrants from entering the South, we will be able to control the secret immigration," he said.
Libya has been facing difficulties since the rule of Muammar Gaddafi difficulties in the control of its southern border, which extends about 5000 km on the borders of Sudan, Chad and Niger in particular.
The problem was compounded by the fall of the Qadhafi regime in 2011, and smugglers exploited the chaos that prevailed in the country to transport tens of thousands of migrants annually towards Italy, 300 km from the Libyan coast.
In 2016, a record 181,000 immigrants entered Europe via the Italian coastline, 90% of them from Libya.
Italy opens new detention centers to speed up migration of migrants
Italy has decided to open new detention centers across the country in the next few months as it seeks to speed up the deportation of illegal immigrants, although opponents say these centers are inhumane and do not achieve their goal.
Violent protests and difficult identification of migrants have led to the closure of similar centers in recent years, but the Italian Interior Ministry has asked local governments Tuesday to provide 1,600 beds in these centers.
Interior Minister Marco Meninti said immigrants must be detained to prevent them from fleeing before being deported.
The plan includes the reopening of a men's detention center in Ponte Galleria, on the outskirts of Rome where, in 2015, the immigrant population of the immigrant men destroyed it in protest of their condition. The women's section of the Ponti Galleria is still open.
Immigrants are increasing pressure on Italy, where their numbers have soared by 40 percent so far this year after a record 181,000 in 2016 and 175,000 are hosted in asylum shelters for asylum seekers.
Nearly 4,000 people were deported in 2015, but there are no official figures so far for 2016. 29 / A.43


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