Chain deportations 12/05/2015

Since the collective deportation attempts that had been foreseen and then cancelled at the end of May and the beginning of April, our Office of Shame seems to be short-circuiting the aborted deportations of the Congolese people retained in the Beligan closed centres through deportations on regular flights from Zaventem airport.

Some of them do not have a passport, they were not introduced to the embassy and they don’t have any let pass during the deportations. Already in the past, irregularities vitiated deportations that would be deemed illegal according to law.
Some of these deported people are important political opponents and they are being ‘surrendered’ without mercy to dictatorial regimes. For example deportation of opponent, detentioned in the Netherlands and deprotated by the Belgium state and SNAirlines:

Other deportation attempts of Nigerians persecuted by Boko Haram have been planned for this week: they could not prove these persecutions in front of the CGRA!

Hence, systematic repressions of exiled people continue through the closing of borders, the smugglers’ hunting and the deportation of men and women who have been living here for years and who chose to continue living here, or of others who fled their countries to ask for protection.

This way, Europe and Belgium apply the European guidelines:

Continue achieving this ‘development aid’; the deportations being partly subsidised by the Development Assistance Fund.
Collaborate with dictatorial regimes, surrendering their opponents in view of maintaining interested and interesting diplomatic relationships.
Recolonise Libya, notably by proposing the ‘constitution of a national union government’.
Not forgetting to feed their propaganda message of racism and rejection of the ‘alien’.

A lot of deportation attempts are being planned for this week. A call is being launched by the CRER this week in order to prevent these deportations at the airport.

A lot of deportations are being planned from Zaventem this week. Some will be done under police escort and with violence because these people already resisted the previous repatriation attempts.
If you are available for an awareness-raising actions with the passengers at the airport, call 0485 21 32 06.
– A Congolese man whose wife is living in Belgium, detained for 2 months at the 127bis.
Flight SN357 10:40 a.m to Kinshasa
Let’s meet at the airport to speak to the passengers at 7:40 a.m.
– A Nigerian woman who fled Boko Haram, detained in the Caricole Centre since March 1st, will be the subject of her third deportation attempt tomorrow.
Flight Royal Air Maroc AT833 5:40 p.m.
Let’s meet at the airport to speak to the passengers at 2:40 p.m.
– Another Congolese man, in Belgium for 4 years, arrested in March, for two months in the closed centre in Bruges.
Flight SN357 10:40 a.m to Kinshasa
Let’s meet at the airport to speak to the passengers at 7:40 a.m.
– A Nigerian catholic priest, persecuted by Boko Haram. He arrived in Zaventem on February 27th, requested asylum, was immediately detained (welcome to Belgium!). His request was rejected because he could not prove that he was personnally persecuted by Boko Haram (but the CGRA acknowledge that Christians are effectively persecuted by Boko Haram…). He will go through his 3rd deportation attempt.
Flight SN251 2:55 p.m to Lomé (Togo)
Let’s meet at the airport to speak to the passengers at 12h00 a.m. »


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