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Usa, Austria, Ungheria e Polonia non firmano il documento UN sui migranti.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2018-11-01.

Vienna. Duomo di Santo Stefano.

«The 34-page U.N. treaty on migration lays out a common approach to international migration, and includes 23 objectives to better organize the flow of refugees and define their rights more precisely»

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«Participating countries agree, for example, to limit the pressure on countries with many migrants and to promote the self-reliance of newcomers»

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«the pact is not legally binding»

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«Following the US and Hungary, Austria has decided not to sign a global UN treaty on migration agreed last July, Austrian broadcaster ORF reported Wednesday»

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«Kurz has previously joined other EU countries, including Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, in pushing back against compulsory refugee quotas within the bloc»

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Almeno ufficialmente, secondo il Governo austriaco il documento non farebbe accurata distinzione tra migranti legali e migranti illegali.

Il problema è di non poca rilevanza.

La persona che migra rispettando le procedure della nazione che lo accoglie, osservandone leggi e regolamenti, agisce nella più chiara legalità.

La persona invece che migra illegalmente non rispetta leggi e regole: si pone automaticamente dalla parte del torto.

Se l’atto del migrare è identico in ambedue le situazioni, opposto ne è il contenuto giuridico.

Avallare l’immigrazione illegale significa non tanto avallare l’immigrazione, quanto piuttosto la illegalità.

A margine, notiamo come l’Italia compaia tra i firmatari.


EU Observer. 2018-10-31. EU commission ‘regrets’ Austria rejecting UN migration pact

The European Commission said on Wednesday it regrets Austria’s decision not to sign a UN global migration pact. “We regret the decision that the Austrian government has taken. We continue to believe that migration is a global challenge,” said a spokeswoman. The pact was approved by 193 countries. Austria now joins Hungary and the US in refusing to back the non-binding pact, to be signed in Morocco in December.


EU Observer. 2018-10-31. Austria will not sign UN migration pact

Following the US and Hungary, Austria has decided not to sign a global UN treaty on migration agreed last July, Austrian broadcaster ORF reported Wednesday. “We have decided that we will not join the pact,” said Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz. ORF said Austria will be absent at the December signing ceremony in Morroco. Austria currently holds the rotating EU presidency and is in charge of finding compromises on migration legislation.


Politico. 2018-10-31. Austria will not sign UN migration treaty

Government fears the loss of Austrian sovereignty on immigration policy.

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Austria will not sign the United Nations agreement on migration in December, joining the United States and Hungary in backing out of the global pact.

“We have decided that we will not join the pact,” Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz told ORF radio Wednesday, according to Reuters and German media, citing the government’s concerns over a blurring of the lines between legal and illegal migration.

The 34-page U.N. treaty on migration lays out a common approach to international migration, and includes 23 objectives to better organize the flow of refugees and define their rights more precisely. Participating countries agree, for example, to limit the pressure on countries with many migrants and to promote the self-reliance of newcomers.

While the pact is not legally binding, Kurz said that he fears the treaty would be at the expense of countries’ sovereignty.

In July, all 193 U.N. member nations, except the U.S., expressed their support for the agreement. Later, the Hungarian government of Prime Minister Viktor Orbán renounced the agreement. Poland is considering withdrawing, too.

The U.N. migration pact is due to be signed in December in Marrakech and voted on next year. Austria will not send a representative to Morocco and will abstain from the 2019 vote.

“We will … abstain in the vote at the U.N. General Assembly in the year 2019,” said Kurz, an immigration hard-liner who governs in coalition with the far-right Freedom Party.

Kurz has previously joined other EU countries, including Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, in pushing back against compulsory refugee quotas within the bloc.

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