Pubblicato in: Devoluzione socialismo, Ong - Ngo, Unione Europea

Austria, Negherà automaticamente l’asilo ai migranti illegali.

Giuseppe Sandro Mela.

2019-01-13.

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«Plan will deny migrants who receive aid from human traffickers asylum in Austria»

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«Interior Minister says migrant plan will make system fairer for asylum seekers»

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«Chancellor Kurz declares that Austria must ‘smash business model’ of traffickers»

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«All migrants who arrive in Europe with the help of human traffickers will be automatically denied asylum in Austria»

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«plans aim to punish migrants using smugglers by handing down an automatic negative asylum decision.»

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«someone who could afford the services of human traffickers had a greater chance of asylum than others who could not»

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«Kurz said: ‘It is not the poorest who flee, but those who can afford human traffickers.’»

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«It is our Christian-social responsibility to make the conditions there better.»

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«The tightening of asylum laws also includes the power to confiscate asylum seekers’ mobile phones which would allow investigators to access the phone’s geodata to determine their origin and exact journey»

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Lentamente ma inesorabilmente sta proseguendo la lotta alla immigrazione illegale e clandestina ed ai trafficanti che su di essa lucrano.

Oramai il clima politico sembrerebbe aver iniziato a mutare anche nei paesi del’Unione Europea ancora a guida liberal socialista.

In ogni caso, ricordiamoci che questo anno si terranno sia le elezioni per l’europarlamento sia quelle politiche in sette stati dell’Unione Europea. Parlamento e Consiglio Europeo dovrebbero uscirne ben diversi da quelli del passato.


V4 Report. 2019-01-10. Austria to automatically deny asylum to all migrants who arrive in Europe with the help of smugglers.

Austria to automatically deny asylum to all migrants who arrive in Europe with the help of smugglers.

* This model should be adopted by all the European nation states. If followed, and combined with swift deportations, this would send a strong message to the smugglers, internal traffickers and illegal migrants.

– All migrants who arrive in Europe with the help of human traffickers will be automatically denied asylum in Austria, under new plans revealed by its Interior Minister today.

Austrian Interior Minister Herbert Kickl, a member of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), said his plans aim to punish migrants using smugglers by handing down an automatic negative asylum decision.

Sebastian Kurz said that it was a mistake that the continent of Africa had been given the impression that ‘these people can get through to Europe’.

* This is a great first step but needs to be supplemented with ongoing deportations. It was a colossal mistake to grant entry to millions of unknown migrants from violent regions and cultures. The second step must involve an EU-wide permanent mechanism to deport the illegals outside of Europe.

Any aid to Africa must be tied to agreements to take back their migrants. The leaders of Africa cannot just accept money; they must start doing their part as well.

Open-entry has been a failure and it’s negative effects have been felt across Europe. The status-quo is unacceptable. One cannot manage illegal migration.

Denying entry combined with swift deportations is a message that Europe must send.


→ Mail. 2019-01-10. Austria announce plans to automatically deny asylum to all migrants who arrive in Europe with the help of smugglers

– Plan will deny migrants who receive aid from human traffickers asylum in Austria

– Interior Minister says migrant plan will make system fairer for asylum seekers

– Chancellor Kurz declares that Austria must ‘smash business model’ of traffickers

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All migrants who arrive in Europe with the help of human traffickers will be automatically denied asylum in Austria, under new plans revealed by its Interior Minister today.

Austrian Interior Minister Herbert Kickl, a member of the Freedom Party of Austria (FPO), said his plans aim to punish migrants using smugglers by handing down an automatic negative asylum decision.

Kickl told local media that he hopes Austrian laws will be amended to enable this policy provision and that Austria’s immigration stance ‘should head in this direction.

The Austrian minister said it was unfair that someone who could afford the services of human traffickers had a greater chance of asylum than others who could not.

Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, leader of the Austrian People’s Party (OVP) recently hinted at a similar idea.

Kurz said: ‘It is not the poorest who flee, but those who can afford human traffickers.’

Sebastian Kurz, 32, is the youngest head of government out of any European country and his aggressive immigration stance has made ripples in the international community.

The Chancellor said that it was a mistake that the continent of Africa had been given the impression that ‘these people can get through to Europe’.

According to Kurz, the influx of migrants had directly led to ‘dead people in the Mediterranean’ and makeshift camps in Libya where African migrants are ‘enslaved and tortured’ by local traffickers.

‘We have to smash the business model of the human traffickers,’ said Kurz.

The Austrian government, which currently holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union, has made the migration crisis key talking point at the European level.

Earlier this week, Vienna hosted EU-Africa forum in which Kurz said he hopes to discuss plans to jump-start economic growth in Africa. 

Kurz said: ‘It is our Christian-social responsibility to make the conditions there better.’

The Chancellor praised Siemens for its pledged €500 million (£451.5 million) investment into the creation of jobs on the African continent.

Kurz asserted that ’18 million new jobs’ must be created in Africa each year ‘because the population explosion is so dramatic’.

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