Is it true that they are not persecuted?
The rhetoric is at times rough from the AP’s senior management and UDI. The prestige is apparently so high that all funds are used. Everything from horror statistics to incorrect information. Here are some of the most common falsehoods that are commonly used: (del2)
Jens Stoltenberg told Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation Monday 19 March: “We have to be consistent. Those who do not stay in the country have had their cases reviewed. Thus, it is concluded that they are persecuted in their own country, said Stoltenberg. – Our task is to take care of those who are persecuted. Those who do not, it must be sent home. But in the process of course we have taken care of the children’s interests, says Stoltenberg. “(SOURCE) Erling Borgen adds in his article in the Times two stories. (SOURCE) Before you read them, I would just emphasize that this is no exception. Neither history nor its answer UDI. We who have seen a lot of rejection reasons knows this again as a pattern from the UDI / UNE. Here are the stories: Mann, his brother is a member of the banned rebel OLF. He was driven into the desert, beaten and whipped, and then spent three months in hospital. He was later jailed for two months. During a visit from his brother in his home was his brother killed by the police, while he managed to escape. UDI writes: “It appears to be adduced a single case of violence. The concept of persecution in the Act or the Convention requires that the reactions are of a certain seriousness or extent … It appears that the applicant has only been imprisoned for a short period. “Should we have a fengslingstid by Nelson Mandela to stay in Norway? Woman, her father was a member of the OLF, he was imprisoned for three months and was tortured, he died of ill-treatment after release. She was stopped on the street several times and visited at his home five or six times, she was beaten, with rifle butts and kicked by both civilian and uniformed police, and threatened that they would kill her. UDI believes that the abuse “are criminal acts committed by individuals within the police or private,” and she asked, “reviewing the circumstances of the Ethiopian authorities.” Those who beat and tortured her. Stoltenberg is at best ill-informed. His rhetoric is very unfortunate of a prime minister. It is intended as an explanation of why it will not turn and it is especially serious that the implied claim that the Ethiopians have considered good cause and that they do not have a need for protection. The inhumane to have let people go on hold in this country for 5 to 15 must be lifted up. Time is ripe for a good solution!
- Attacks on Ethiopian Women (ethioandinet.wordpress.com)
- Appeal letter to Prime Minister of Norway (ethioandinet.wordpress.com)
- The Ethio-Norway Forced Repatriation Agreement in Retrospect. By Samson Seifu (ethioandinet.wordpress.com)
- Ethiopia and Eritrea – Brothers in Arms (ethioandinet.wordpress.com)
- Norway more than doubled its aid to Ethiopia a few months before we got a deal on forced return of asylum seekers. – No direct link, says Norwegian authorities. (ethioandinet.wordpress.com)