When he got to the airport, A was notified that his third asylum request would be dealt with by CGRA and that his deportation was cancelled.
Spend my life in prison in Algeria or die in Belgium?
Mr A has been retained in the closed centre for 4 months and he will be confronted to his second deportation attempt with escort on Wednesday the 21st of February on the Air Algérie flight 2036 at 2 p.m..
He recently heard that he had been sentenced to death in absentia in Algeria several years ago already, following a fight. He recently got the evidence of that sentence through DHL.
He introduced two asylum requests that were refused. He wants to introduce a third one but he will nevertheless most probably have to go through a second deportation attempt.
Mr A is asking for help to prevent this deportation: he would rather die here in Belgium than spend the rest of his life in an Algerian prison.
He also asks us to warn the pilot and the airport police, as well as the Foreigners Office, of his situation.
Let’s meet at the airport this Wednesday 21 February at 12 a.m. to explain Mr A’s situation to the passengers.
Flight Air Algérie 2063 2 p.m.
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