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Thread: Appearances with right-wing populists and on TV: ex-#Frontex head Fabrice #Leggeri is causing trouble in the EU border protection agency. He even sneaked back into his old office for a video conference. Frontex threatens ex-director Leggeri with legal consequences. 1/x Image
2/x Actually, #Frontex thought it was rid of Fabrice Leggeri. At the end of April, the Frenchman was pressured to resign from his post as head of Frontex because he had covered up the #Greek refugee #pushbacks in the #Aegean.
3/x His contract was terminated and he was to vacate the office at the agency's headquarters in #Warsaw. But Fabrice Leggeri apparently can't quite let go. While the leadership of the #EU border management agency met last week in #Paris for a supervisory board meeting,
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Was beinhaltet der neue Koalitionsvertrag im Themenkomplex "Integration, Migration und Flucht" und wie lassen sich die Veränderungen bewerten? Ein Thread (1/x) #Migration #Flucht #Koalitionsvertrag
Im Aufenthaltsgesetz soll es minimale zeitliche Verkürzungen um ein Jahr auf dem Weg zu einer Aufenthaltserlaubnis geben. Nach §25a und §25b können gut integrierte Jugendliche und Erwachsene eine Aufenthaltserlaubnis nach der Erfüllung bestimmter Bedingungen erhalten. (2/x)
Das ist jetzt jeweils ein Jahr früher möglich. Weitergehend soll ein "Aufenthaltstitel auf Probe" eingeführt und mehr Sicherheit für Menschen mit Aufenthaltserlaubnis in Ausbildungen erreicht werden. Identitätsklärungen sollen mittels Eidesstaatlicher Erklärung ermöglicht (3/x)
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A report published today by the NGO @teammareliberum documents violent #pushbacks in the Aegean Sea on an alarming scale.
Foto: Louisa Gouliamaki/​AFP/​Getty Images
Based on the analysis of many witness statements, the accounts of those affected, &human rights monitoring on the ground, @teammareliberum was able to reconstruct 321 cases in 2020 in which a total of 9,798 people were pushed back to Turkey with physical &psychological violence.
Some of them had already reached the Greek islands and were on European soil before they were denied their right to apply for asylum and forced back.
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