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عدد مرات القراءة 20692006-08-27

GREEN MEP DISAPPOINTED AT ALGERIAN APPEAL REFUSAL

As the first case of the men appealing against deportation to Algeria
was refused today, Green MEP Jean Lambert said she was extremely
disappointed by the Government’s policy.

Jean, who has been awarded for her work on Justice and Human Rights
said; “By refusing today’s appeal it would seem that the Government has
once again confused immigration law for national security.

“The Government should not even be thinking about returning people to
countries with a poor human rights record, but especially in this case
where Amnesty International only recently reported that torture was
still widespread in Algeria. This is a violation of ‘Y’s human rights
and we cannot condone this in any way.

“The assurances of safety we have from countries such as Algeria simply
are not worth the paper they are written on. We must put an end to these
appalling deportations immediately.”

Today’s case of an Algerian man known as ‘Y’, was 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.






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