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giovedì 25 agosto 2016

Accordi in vista anche con il Gambia. Si accelera sul Migration Compact di Renzi e Alfano e si legittimano governi che arrestano gli oppositori e sopprimono le libertà democratiche.


Anche con il Gambia l'Italia sta intensificando la collaborazione per una lotta piu' efficace contro l'immigrazione "irregolare". Si sta procedendo nella stessa direzione già seguita con il Sudan di Bashir. E' stato già stipulato il consueto Memorandum d'intesa (MOU), naturalmente al di fuori dell'approvazione del Parlamento italiano, ed adesso si stanno sviluppando  contatti diplomatici per rendere effettive le misure di allontanamento forzato, come respingimenti ed espulsioni.

Tuesday, May 10, 2016
An Italian delegation comprising experts from the Italian Scientific Police and International Cooperation recently visited the Ministry of the Interior in The Gambia as follow-up to enhancing their cooperation on combating irregular migration.
During their stay in the country, the delegation conveyed a meeting with the Ministry of the Interior at its conference room in Banjul chaired by the Minister of Interior, Hon. Ousman Sonko.
The visit was undertaken to verify the existing AFIS System (Automated Fingerprint Identification System) and to assess the possibility of The Gambia realizing an automated system for the detection, collection and comparison of fingerprints.
The visit was also done to discuss findings with the Ministry of the Interior on irregular Migration and Border Control systems in The Gambia.
The delegation comprised experts from the Italian Scientific Police and International Cooperation.
Speaking at the meeting on the cooperation between the two countries, the Minister of the Interior, Hon Ousman Sonko, said The Gambia Government acknowledged the effort of the Italian Government in providing technical support and aid to The Gambia in the management of her borders.
“The collaboration and cooperation has assisted The Gambia with capacity building of officers trained in Italy and are demonstrating good performance,” he said.
Trained officers in The Gambia and Italy have been deployed at entry and exit points including Tanji, Amdalai and Jiborro border control offices.
Hon. Sonko further hailed the Government of The Gambia, which has established youth empowerment schemes to engage the youth and deter their focus on undertaking desperate journeys.
“The University of The Gambia was established with scholarship awards to encourage youths to acquire education, The National Youth Service Scheme and The Gambia Hotel School to absorb youths so they can improve their skills and technical expertise on various skills for their sustenance,” Minister Sonko noted.
The collaboration has also resulted in the smooth handling of identification and return exercises from Italy, the Interior minister stated.
Regarding documentation, the Minister of Interior presented its existing documentation and system procedures in handling Police and Immigration activities at borders.
The coordination in securing the borders was discussed and Immigration’s responsibility on migrants and border control were outlined. Passport application, Aliens registration and border control systems were also explained.
The Police explained its mandate on document security procedures through fingerprints data collections, information management systems in place, its IT status and the need to upgrade an extension of network connectivity of the police across the country for easy coordination and integration of services.
Veering into the issues of challenges in the control of irregular migration, it was noted that The Gambia has 21 recognized border entry and exit points and with a lot of porous borders with Senegal.
“The movement of people is challenged with the recent strategy of migrants who singularly travel and team up in neighboring countries to proceed to Italy and EU countries in search of greener pasture,” the minister said.
“The border management systems have also been impeded by lack of sufficient mobility, communication gargets and information management systems such as central database of criminals, centralized information management system, scientific support, software systems, logistics and the human resource with the technical knowhow.”
For his part, the Italian delegates thanked The Gambia for attaching personnel to the council general which has facilitated verification exercises and returning of identified Gambians WHOSE APPLICATIONS are not successful.
He thanked The Gambia for the people’s hospitality and support on the collaboration and cooperation on efforts made to curb irregular migration.
The cooperation will be strengthened to minimize the menace of irregular migration and further boost the effectiveness and efficiency of officers on border management.
It was also revealed that 1700 irregular migrants were identified as Gambians in 2014; 1400 people in 2015 and up to 2,239 migrants in 2016.
Effort is being solicited to manage the borders in the cohorts of The Gambia, particularly on border control, he said.
Regarding technical support and pledge to The Gambia, the provision of a minimum of 50 vehicles to the immigration for border patrol in The Gambia is slated for July 2016.
Additionally 250 computers, 250 scanners and 250 printers are being prepared in support of The Gambia, according the delegation.
Assistance will also be provided in training where 20 personnel will be taken to Italy for capacity building on border management and scientific support.
Support will also be sourced on information management and scientific aspects, to counter cyber-crime and terrorism.
This will assist The Gambia in combating human trafficking, cross border crime and irregular migration, the delegates stated.
The visit was as a result of a Memorandum of Understanding signed between The Gambia and Italy on border control, as well as in response to an official visit of a Gambian delegation to Italy in December 2015.
Author: Cadet Assistant Superintendent of Immigration, Saidou A.M. Bah, MOI

http://thepoint.gm/africa/gambia/article/italian-delegation-visits-the-gambia

 A rischio la sorte dei richiedenti asilo denegati, probabilmente migliaia nei prossimi mesi, visto i criteri restrittivi adottati dalle Commissioni territoriali. Ai ricorrenti asilo denegati si vorrebbe anche ridurre, con il disegno di legge del ministro della giustizia Orlando, le possibilità di ricorso effettivo.

http://thepoint.gm/…/new-immigration-pro-promises-to-live-u…                                                                                                                                         http://dirittiefrontiere.blogspot.it/2016/08/diritto-di-asilo-rischio-stravolgimento.html?m=1

Qualche rapporto internazionale per capire cosa sta significando l'attuazione del Migration Compact nell'ambito del Processo di Khartoum lanciato dall'Italia durante il semestre di presidenza dell'Unione Europea.

https://www.hrw.org/news/2015/09/17/gambia-two-decades-fear-and-repression

https://www.hrw.org/africa/gambia

http://www.stranieriinitalia.it/attualita/attualita/attualita-sp-754/ecco-il-migration-compact-la-proposta-dell-italia-all-ue-sull-immigrazione.html

http://barbara-spinelli.it/2016/06/07/quanto-ce-di-marcio-nel-migration-compact-2-0-di-renzi/

http://www.repubblica.it/solidarieta/immigrazione/2016/06/27/news/arci-142960628/

The European Commission has today set out plans for a new results-oriented Partnership Framework tomobilise and focus EU action and resources in our external work on managing migration. The EU will seek tailor made partnerships with key third countries of origin and transit using all policies and instruments at the EU's disposal to achieve concrete results. Building on the European Agenda on Migration, the priorities are saving lives at sea, increasing returns, enabling migrants and refugees to stay closer to home and, in the long term, helping third countries' development in order to address root causes of irregular migration. Member State contributions in these partnerships – diplomatic, technical and financial – will be of fundamental importance in delivering results.

http://europa.eu/rapid/press-release_IP-16-2072_en.htm

A tutti i richiedenti asilo provenienti dal Gambia dovrebbe essere riconosciuto almeno il diritto alla protezione umanitaria, per la situazione di diffusa violazione dei diritti umani che caratterizza il loro paese. Sono relativamente liberi soltanto coloro che sostengono il governo.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/gambia/11869938/British-tourists-warned-over-horrific-human-rights-regime-in-Gambia.html

https://www.hrw.org/tag/gambia-lgbt-rights

https://africajournalismtheworld.com/tag/gambia-human-rights/

23 August 2016
UN rights office expresses concern over death of member of opposition party in Gambia

http://www.refworld.org/country,,,,GMB,,57bd4c94412,0.html

http://af.reuters.com/article/gambiaNews

https://www.hrw.org/news/2016/08/05/gambia-opposition-politicians-death-must-prompt-human-rights-reform

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/statement-by-uk-ambassador-to-the-gambia-on-the-reported-death-of-an-opposition-activist                                                                                                     http://www.africa-express.info/2016/04/18/gambia-morto-in-carcere-un-leader-del-partito-dopposizione/                                                                                               http://www.africa-express.info/2016/08/27/gambia-muore-in-galera-altro-oppositore-del-regime-ma-litalia-tratta-con-banjul-per-controllo-immigrazione-clandestina/

Alcune sentenze della giurisprudenza italiana che riconoscono il diritto alla protezione in Italia a cittadini gambiani dopo il diniego ricevuto dalla Commissione territoriale.

http://www.meltingpot.org/Gambia-Protezione-sussidiaria-al-richiedente-che-fugge-dal.html#.V79gkKJ_f3g

http://www.meltingpot.org/Gambia-Protezione-sussidiaria-al-richiedente-perche-nel.html#.V79gwKJ_f3g

http://www.meltingpot.org/Gambia-La-protezione-sussidiaria-e-riconosciuta-per-l.html#.V79g-6J_f3g

http://www.meltingpot.org/Gambia-Accolto-ricorso-per-protezione-sussidiaria-le.html#.V79hFaJ_f3g

http://www.meltingpot.org/Protezione-sussidiaria-riconosciuta-ad-un-cittadino.html#.V79hf6J_f3g

http://www.meltingpot.org/Riconoscimento-della-protezione-sussidiaria-a-due-cittadini.html#.V79hrKJ_f3g

http://www.meltingpot.org/Riconoscimento-della-protezione-sussidiaria-in-favore-di-un-20050.html#.V79iBKJ_f3g

http://www.meltingpot.org/Riconoscimento-della-protezione-sussidiaria-in-favore-di-un-19928.html#.V79iNaJ_f3g





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