Update 02/03: Mrs T was not deported and is back at the centre. Actions, faxes, emails and an article by RTBF apparently discouraged them. http://www.rtbf.be/info/monde/detail_sarah-va-etre-expulsee-la-jeune-guinee nne-refusait-un-mariage-force?id=9228137 Nevertheless, they promised that next time it would happen for sure.
Mrs T fled Guinea and a forced marriage with her brother-in-law two months ago.
She was arrested at her arrival at the airport and driven to the Caricole. There she introduced an asylum request. The CGRA did not believe her and the answer she got as well as the appeal turned out to be negative.
They promised to deport her for the second time with escort this Wednesday 2nd of March to Casablanca and then Monrovia in Liberia (same journey as when she came here).
She cannot and does not want to go back to Guinea where his father is looking for her and she does not know anyone in Liberia.
She says that they will deport her like an animal and that it is unacceptable! She prefers to go back to Guinea in a coffin than alive.
Let’s meet at the airport this Wednesday 2 March at 2.40 p.m. to speak to the passengers of Air Maroc to Casablanca and prevent this deportation.
En stuur NU massaal protestfaxen en -mails naar de uitvoerders van deze criminele praktijken!
Royal Air Maroc
TEL : 027215050
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Eerste minister: Tél: 02 501 02 11 Fax: 02512 69 52
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Téléphone : 02 501 85 91