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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> 'End deportations to torture countries' demands ..
عدد مرات القراءة 18972006-08-24

NEWS RELEASE
The Office Of Jean Lambert, London's Green MEP

24th August 2006

‘END DEPORTATIONS TO TORTURE COUNTRIES’ DEMANDS GREEN MEP

As the first case of the men appealing against deportation to Algeria
comes to a final decision today, Green MEP Jean Lambert spoke out
against the Government’s actions returning people to life threatening
situations when she joined demonstrators outside the Special Immigration
Appeals Commission (SIAC) Court this morning.

Today’s case of an Algerian man known as ‘Y’, is one of the strongest
cases so far. Although he was originally granted full refugee status
when he fled from torture in Algeria and, in his absence, has been
sentenced to death / life imprisonment there, the Home Office believe it
will be safe for him to return.

Speaking before the demonstration Jean Lambert, who has been awarded for
her work on Justice and Human Rights said she was horrified the Home
Office would consider returning people to such dangerous and life
threatening situations; “There are reasons why people are fleeing
countries such as Algeria and these can not be overlooked by the
Government.

“Forcing ‘Y’ to return to Algeria, especially when Amnesty International
only recently reported that torture was still widespread there, is a
violation of his human rights and we cannot condone this in any way.

“The sad reality is that the Government are so keen to reach targets and
lower the number of refugees in the UK that they are prepared to put
peoples lives in danger. Without an effective system in place to track
what happens to those that are returned we cannot be sure of their
safety and the governments assurances are worth nothing. We must put an
end to these appalling deportations immediately.”

The demonstration will take place this morning (Thursday 24th August
2006) at the SIAC Court from 9.30am. The full hearing will take place at
10.30am.






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