Lots of Congolese in the closed centers at the moment. They had heard about a mass expulsion plan but the rumour seemed to be wrong, instead they observe now that each on his turn got expelled on civil flights.
A locked up woman went through her fourth expulsion attempt this 19/11, without being allowed to inform anyone! She was put on the plane by 12 federal police officers, tied up and handcuffed. She was arrested as soon as she arrived at Kinshasa.
They all risk the same. For the Congolese authorities, the simple fact to come an ask for asylum is an evidence of belonging to the political opposition, and the large majority of them are put in jail as soon as they arrived at Kinshasa.
We just heard that Mr B was put in isolation cell with no explanation this 21/11 at 5PM. His lawyer wasn’t informed!
He’ll most probably be put on the flight of this friday 21/11 at 10.30 AM toward Kinshasa that stops over at Douala.
Flight SN 351 10.30 am to end up in the jails of Kinsaha.
We gather at 8.30am to talk to the passengers about this murderous policy.
You can also fax and mail to protest to the officials who are well informed of the fate intended to the expelled Congolese. Will they go as far as deliver the opponents to their Congolese friends at the power?
Fax = 027233599 / 02/7238496 / 027534931
Tél : 078 188889 / 027232345 / 027232362
-Monsieur M. F. Roosemont, Head of the Office of Foreigners: Bur_Presse@dofi.fgov.be
T 02 793 80 31 (NL – EN) – 02 793 80 30 (FR), Fax 02 274 66 40 ,
Monsieur Elio Di Rupo, Prime Minister : firstname.lastname@example.org
// Fax 022173328, 025126953
Madame Joëlle Milquet, Vice Prime Minister and Minister of Interior : email@example.com
/ Fax: 022380129, 025048500, 025048580
Madame Maggie De Block, State secretary at Asylum, Immigration and Social Integration, assistant of the Minister of Justice: firstname.lastname@example.org