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Germany approves law that rejects asylum from 3 Arab countries

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Germany approves law that rejects asylum from 3 Arab countries

Post by rocky on Thu 19 Jul 2018, 2:29 am




Germany approves law that rejects asylum from 3 Arab countries


The German authorities on Wednesday adopted a bill to include the three Maghreb countries on the list of "safe" countries, allowing immigration agencies to reject requests for asylum by their nationals almost without justification.
The German government wants to speed up the deportation of asylum seekers of Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian origin by including them with Georgian citizens as "safe states" according to the bill.
This is the second attempt by the German authorities after a bill first rejected last year by the Senate, because of the lack of a majority because of the opposition of the Greens and the radical left.
Berlin justified the decision by rejecting almost all requests for asylum from these countries, up to more than 99 percent for Georgia and Algeria. In contrast, only 2.7 percent of asylum applications from Tunisia and 4.1 percent from Morocco received a positive response from the German authorities in 2017.
The Interior Ministry, led by Bavarian Governor Horst Zehwever, hopes the measure will be considered an "indicator" and allows "requests" to be "reduced" by the four countries "to a large extent."
The human rights organizations oppose the inclusion of Maghreb states on the list of safe countries because of discrimination against homosexuals, as well as the violation of freedom of expression and torture.
A case that has raised a scandal in Germany now after the expulsion of a Tunisian said the German government that he was a personal escort to Osama bin Laden, despite the opposition of the German judiciary for it.


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