Let’s prevent the deportation of a ‘criminal’ father, this 21th of May 2017

Update : We were several at the airport, including the lawyer and one parliamentarian, to talk to the passengers. We heard that the deportation of Mahmadou had been cancelled because, so they told him, there was “no escort available”. It’s the second time we’ve been told this! Would the escort team suffer from a burnout? 

Let’s be cautious. Mahmadou may be placed on a flight very rapidly, out of the blue, which would be totally illegal. Let’s remain on the starting blocks to be able to run to the airport in case he was being taken at the centre! Updates will be published on the site as soon as we hear news.

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Let’s prevent the deportation of a ‘criminal’ father, this 21th of May 2017

“Massive deportation of criminal foreigners” is one of the populist declarations by Mr Francken on his website on the occasion of the announcement of the construction of new closed centres.
« De gevangenispopulatie daalt immers, oa omdat we voor het eerst massaal criminele vreemdelingen het land uitzetten. »
https://theotuurt.wordpress.com/2017/05/16/topdeal/

Families are being separated, children are losing their father or their mother.

Mr ML is among these ‘criminal foreigners’ and his two small kids are going to loose their dad.

Let’s prevent a family drama, let’s give a dad back to his kids.

Mr ML has been in Belgium since 2005. After a mischief he was convicted and imprisoned during 8 months in 2008. Then he got on with his life, he met a girlfriend with whom he has 2 kids, one is 2 years old and the other is a baby of 8 months.
After he was convicted in 2008 he was arrested 3 months ago and he is being retained at the 127bis closed centre in view of his deportation with a prohibition to come back for 10 years!

He will go through his second forced deportation attempt this Sunday 21st of May to his ‘country of origin’, Benin.

He doesn’t want to abandon his girlfriend and his kids and he is asking us for help to prevent his deportation.

Flight SN 285  Abidjan and Cotonou  10H35 21/05/2017

Be present at the airport, at the check-in desk this Sunday at 8:35 in order to explain her situation to the passengers
and/or go for a fax, call and mail campaign to the people responsible for this nonsense expulsions

Brussels Airlines

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Les autorités belges:

F.Roosemont
Directeur de l’Office des Etrangers
Bur_Presse@dofi.fgov.be T02 793 80 31 (NL – EN) – 02 79380 30 (FR), Fax 02 274 66 40

Charles Michel
Premier Ministre
Tél: 02 501 02 11 Fax: 02512 69 52 e-mail:charles.michel@premier.fed.be

Jan Jambon
Vice Premier Ministre et Ministre del’Intérieur
tél: 02 504 85 13 Fax:02 504 85 00 email:kabinet.jambon@ibz.fgov.be

Theo Francken
Secrétaire d’Etat à l’Asile etla Migration
Tél: 02 206 14 21– theo.francken@n-va.be kab.francken@ibz.fgov.be

Didier Reynders
Téléphone : 02 501 85 91 E-mailcontact.reynders@diplobel.fed.be

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