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Salvinis degree approved as law in Italy.

Latest news: Salvinis degree approved as law in Italy…..read more…
An Italian security degree’ has received final approval from the Chamber of Deputies, with 396 in favor and 99 against.

Tighter restrictions for permits – There will no longer be any stay permits granted for humanitarian reasons but there will be temporary ‘special permits’ granted for 6 reasons: serious health issues, calamities in countries of origin, acts of civic valor, trafficking victims, domestic violence and severe exploitation.

More time in repatriation centers – The maximum amount of time that foreigners can held in repatriation centers (CPR) will increase from 90 days to 180 days. If capacity is reached in the CPR, the decree will permit the holding of migrants waiting to be expelled in other state police facilities, and asylum seekers in hotspots.

Revocation of asylum can be justified by more crimes, including theft – The list of crimes that justify the rejection or revocation of international protection has been expanded to include: rape, serious physical harm, robbery, violence against a public official, sexual mutilation, aggravated theft and drug trafficking. The Senate added the crime of home burglary, even if not aggravated

Citizenship revoked for terrorism crimes – Citizenship will be revoked for those found guilty of terrorism.

Asylum procedure halted after commission decision – If an asylum seeker is subjected to criminal proceedings or convicted for one of the above offenses, the Territorial Commission must hear the asylum seeker and make a decision on the case. If the asylum application is rejected, the asylum seeker will be obliged to leave the country, even if the appeal against the decision is pending.

SPRAR system – Only those granted international protection and unaccompanied minors can access the SPRAR system. Those already in the system will remain so until the project ends.

Up to 4 years for reply to citizenship application – The assessment procedure for citizenship requests will now take up to 4 years instead of 2, and those applying will need to know Italian.

List of safe countries – Accelerated examination of protection requests for those from the countries on the list.

Urban DASPO – DASPOs, which are orders to stay away from specific places, will be extended for sports events for those suspected of terrorism. Urban DASPOs can be applied for healthcare facilities and in areas used for markets, fairs and public performances.

Eviction crackdown – Tougher sanctions will be brought in for those supporting the occupation of buildings (from 2 to 4 years) and there will be an extension of the use of wiretaps against them.

Bothersome begging – Begging that is so insistent as to be bothersome will become a crime with a maximum sentence of 6 months or 3 years if children are used.

Mayor to decide on ‘ethnic shops’ – Mayors will be able to decide on limits to opening hours for shops for up to 30 days for those affected by ”nocturnal aggregation,” even in areas not near urban centers.

#Source Info Migrants.

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Reggae Music to be protected by UN

Every body go for reggea!!! Reggae music has been added by #UNESCO to its list of cultural treasures. The music which originated in Jamaica and made famous by artists like Jimmy Cliff, Burning Spear and Gregory Isaacs has millions of followers worldwide. Reggae was embraced all over the world especially in Africa where artists such as Lucky Dube and Alpha Blondie became household names.

Kofi Annan recent interview with BBC about conflicts.

#Annan recent interview: World is ‘messy’ and lacking ‘strong leaders’

The former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan has said “cool heads and sober judgement” are needed to tackle the world’s conflicts.

Speaking before the US, UK and French air strikes in Syria, he told Hardtalk’s Zeinab Badawi: “We cannot allow situations where leaders threaten war on television or on Twitter.”

He said the world had become “particularly messy” and he did not see the strong leaders around who could cope with the problems.

This is an archive Hardtalk interview conducted in April 2018.
#Source BBC.

Ausweisung:

Activist Patras Bwansi

Left Vision Mobi Video: Patras Bwansi bleibt!

taz vom 4.3.2013: Ausweisung politisch motiviert?

Neues Deutschland vom 2.3.2013: Wer aufmuckt, wird ausgewiesen

Tagesspiegel vom 27.2.2013: Flüchtlinge kämpfen gegen Residenzpflicht: Der Protest rollt weiter

Antrag der Fraktion Bündnis 90/Die Grünen im Abgeordnetenhaus Berlin vom 15.10.2013: Bleiberecht für in Berlin lebende Flüchtlinge gewähren

Tagesspiegel vom 10.10.2013: Zuflucht bei der EU

Petitionen:

Laufende Petition zum Unterschreiben

Abgeschlossene Petition

Protest am Oranienplatz:

Tagesspiegel vom 15.12.2013: “Wir sind doch keine Kinder”

Tagesspiegel vom 24.4.2014: Der Protest am Oranienplatz geht weiter

Deutschlandradio Kultur-Interview vom 2.5.2014: “In unserer Gesellschaft läuft wirklich falsch”

Deutschlandradio Kultur-Feature vom 3.5.2014: “Residenzpflicht – only when I die!”

African Refugees Union:

Tagesspiegel vom 1.2.2014: Das Leben hat ihn an den Oranienplatz geführt

Rechte von LGBTI

Interview in der Siegessäule: “Ich möchte willkommen sein, egal ob ich schwul bin oder schwarz oder was auch immer”

Gay in Uganda

Ausweisung:

Left Vision Mobi Video: Patras Bwansi bleibt!

taz vom 4.3.2013: Ausweisung politisch motiviert?

Neues Deutschland vom 2.3.2013: Wer aufmuckt, wird ausgewiesen

Tagesspiegel vom 27.2.2013: Flüchtlinge kämpfen gegen Residenzpflicht: Der Protest rollt weiter

Antrag der Fraktion Bündnis 90/Die Grünen im Abgeordnetenhaus Berlin vom 15.10.2013: Bleiberecht für in Berlin lebende Flüchtlinge gewähren

Tagesspiegel vom 10.10.2013: Zuflucht bei der EU

The Refugees Are Coming!!!

Andre Vltchek is a philosopher, novelist, filmmaker and investigative journalist. He covered wars and conflicts in dozens of countries. His latest books are: “Exposing Lies Of The Empire” and Fighting Against Western Imperialism.Discussion with Noam Chomsky: On Western TerrorismPoint of No Return is his critically acclaimed political novel. Oceania – a book on Western imperialism in the South Pacific. His provocative book about Indonesia: “Indonesia – The Archipelago of Fear”. Andre is making films for teleSUR and Press TV. After living for many years in Latin America and Oceania, Vltchek presently resides and works in East Asia and the Middle East. He can be reached through his website or his Twitter.

http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/08/14/the-refugees-are-coming/

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