LA MIGRATION CLANDESTINE AU MAROC EPUB
la Méditerranée occidentale (du Maroc et de l'Algérie vers . des contrôles frontaliers pousse les migrants à la migration clandestine. Les pays. Déterminés à endiguer la migration irrégulière et à améliorer l'application la capacité à permettre le retour des migrants clandestins dans leur pays . de la coopération et des efforts déployés par le Maroc, la Mauritanie et. Traditionally a country of emigration, Morocco is also considered an Le Maroc va-t-il devoir «réadmettre» tous les Subsahariens clandestins de Sebta et.
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References Forty-year old Congolese teacher Alain Toussaint died at Hospital Mohammed V in Tangiers in July after allegedly being pushed through the window of a moving bus by police.
Morocco has traditionally been a country of emigration, with over four million citizens living abroad. However, it is also an important transit country for sub-Saharan migrants seeking passage to Europe.
Since the early s, the European Union EU has pressured—and provided funding to—Morocco to stem the transit of migrants across the country.
International and local non-governmental organisations describe a dramatic rise in wide-scale, indiscriminate raids on sub-Saharan migrants communities, during which people are rounded up, dropped at the Moroccan side la migration clandestine au maroc the border amidst continued physical attacks by security forces, and then forced to cross into Algeria MSF a.
Recent reports indicate that security operations targeting irregular migrants generally focus on roundups and expulsions rather than detention JacobsMSF b, CMW a. Some advocates argue that deportation la migration clandestine au maroc become the main alternative to detention in Morocco Rachidi f.
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Observers have also directed criticism at the EU for abetting Moroccan immigration practices. The government announced changes in its laws on asylum, migration, and human trafficking.
Civil society activists have welcomed these measures, although they contend that they have been undertaken without proper la migration clandestine au maroc between officials and the public. These groups argue that the reforms will limit the number of people afforded regularization, exclude the most vulnerable migrants e.
Detention Policy Key norms. Prior to adoption of the Migration Act, immigration-related provisions were scattered across a number of different laws, focusing mainly on the entry, stay, and residence of foreign nationals in Morocco GADEMp.
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According to the La migration clandestine au maroc Interior Minister, the Migration Act aligns Moroccan law with relevant international conventions that address the rights of migrants and irregular foreign nationals and respects the agreements established between Morocco and its partners in the fight against emigration GADEMp.
In mid-the government announced reforms in its asylum, migration, and human trafficking laws and launched and an exceptional regularization operation starting in Eighty-three regularization offices opened in Januarywith a 3,person work force.
Grounds for administrative detention and expulsion. In practice, the Interior Ministry carries out la migration clandestine au maroc function Rachidi c. Grounds for deportation are provided in Article 21 of the Migration Act. According to Article 22, deported foreign nationals can be prohibited from re-entering Moroccan territory for up to one year Art.
Foreign nationals have the right to an interpreter; to attend the hearing; and to assistance from a lawyer Art.
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Grounds for expulsion are contained in Articles 25 and 26 of the Migration Act, and can be applied to non-nationals who are considered to la migration clandestine au maroc a threat to public la migration clandestine au maroc, with the exception of vulnerable persons.
Expulsion orders issued to foreign nationals convicted on charges relating to terrorism can be carried out immediately Art. Pregnant women, minors, and persons who face a threat to their life or freedom or who will be exposed to cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment in their country of origin cannot be returned Arts.
The law stipulates that foreign nationals detained on administrative grounds can be immediately informed of their rights with the assistance of an interpreter if necessary and that the prosecutor be immediately informed.
A court order is required for the detention of foreign nationals beyond 24 hours, which can be extended for up to fifteen days, plus ten additional days La migration clandestine au maroc.
The law does not specify exactly where these foreign nationals are to be detained, stating only that they be held at the initial place of detention, or under house arrest, surrendering their identity documents to the police. The lack of specificity as to where detainees are to be held was raised as a concern by the Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of La migration clandestine au maroc in La migration clandestine au maroc Rapporteurp.
A judge can order the extension of detention for a further ten days, in cases of extreme urgency, serious threats to public order, or where further time is required to obtain valid travel documents.