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Traffico di schiavi.. ed altro..
Dalla Sierra Leone, Gambia, Niger, Mali... etc. etc.
Carne umana e dollari... Ma chi li fermerà mai ?
La solita manfrina libica... Dibattiti, conferenze, incontri "tecnici" in grandi alberghi, missioni politiche senza
risultati di ministri, ambasciatori e
capi di stato..
Ma per "vedere" chi parte, da dove parte, chi organizza i viaggi cosa ci vuole ?
Un "pallone spia" cinese ?
Basta andare a Zuwara che ti dicoino pure quando è in partenza il prossimo gommone..
La presa per i fondelli non finisce mai, la "presa" dei dollari pure..
E, tanto per non far mancare nulla, si promettono pure "finanziamenti" per creare posti di lavoro in Africa, in nazioni marcie e corrotte che
per anni hanno beneficiato di miliardi di dollari dalla Banca Africana di Sviluppo ..
There are approximately 610,000 illegal migrants smuggled into Libya, and a trade in migrant’s organs does exist, speakers at a debate
in Tripoli on illegal migration said Wednesday 1st Febr.
The debate was organised by the Al-Inma Organization for Supporting Youth and Women.
The debate was attended by Adviser to the Cabinet Minister of State for Migration Affairs and Rapporteur
of the Supreme Committee for Combating Illegal Immigration, Ghaith Al-Sakbi, Representative of the Coast
Guard and Port Security at the Ministry of Defence, Brigadier General Bahar Masoud Abdel Samad, Director of Scientific Affairs at the
International Humanitarian Law Centre, Hamid Al-Murabit, representative of the Chairman of the National Committee for Drawing
up Policies and Strategies on Immigration, the head of the Development Organization for the Support of Youth and Women,
amira Al-Masoudi, and several interested and immigration specialists.
The attendees discussed many issues related to illegal migration and its political, security, social and economic
repercussions, as well as the latest developments and policies related to migration.
Illegal migration affects many countries – boats are coffins of death.
For his part, the Director of Scientific Affairs at the International Humanitarian Law Centre, Ahmid Al-Zaidani,
confirmed to the Libya Herald that the file of illegal migration is one of the most sensitive files in all countries of the world.
He said many countries around the world suffer from its social, humanitarian, security and economic repercussions,
most notably the African countries that suffer from poverty and political instability and high rates
of unemployment and corruption.
All of which push African youth to cross the desert from their countries towards Libya and from there to Europe across the Mediterranean in boats that are like coffins of death.
610,000 illegal immigrants present in Libya?
Al-Zaidani added that there are approximately 610,000 illegal migrants present
enough for their families
in their countries, and some of them want to migrate in death boats to Europe after collecting some money from inside Libya.
There is a danger in not addressing the illegal migration problem
Al-Zaidani highlighted the danger of not addressing the problems of migrants in Libya by the competent authorities
and developing ways to combat clandestine immigration.
This needs to be done in cooperation with international organizations and countries affected by waves of migrants in Europe,
by creating development in migrant countries in Africa, addressing their living and economic conditions
and creating job opportunities in their countries.
Illegal migration has serious implications for Libya
He added that Libya is one of the countries most affected by migrants, and their presence in these
numbers has serious security implications.
There are those who exploit migrants in actions that harm security and local community peace, especially by some armed gangs
that work to exploit immigrants to work among their members in theft and armed robbery.
Al-Zaidani said this security harm is reflected negatively in destroying the Libyan economy, in addition to the fact that every clandestine migrant costs thousands of dinars in migrant shelters.
Al-Zaidani said that there is confirmed news that international gangs obtain human organs belonging to illegal
migrants from local gangs suspected of working in the field of trafficking in human organs.
He said this is common in many countries considered a route for migrants.
Al-Zaidani called for research and investigation into the matter and for those involved in these crimes
to be referred to the judiciary so that they are punished and so that Libya does not become a
country for international gangs that trade in human organs.
Solutions and recommendations to government agencies
Samira Al-Masoudi, head of the Al-Inma Organization for Supporting Youth and Women, told Libya Herald that holding
this debate with the parties concerned with migration helps to inform about the developments of this file on the ground.
It also informs helps to generate solutions to make recommendations that will be referred to the competent government agencies.
This would hopefully prevent migrants from being exploited in crimes such as terrorism or organized crime, she explained.
Libya is not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention
Al-Masoudi pointed out that Libya is not a signatory to the 1951 International Refugee Convention, and that
the debate was organized, and all parties gathered so that there would be cooperation to find a solution to this crisis.
She stressed the need for concerted efforts as a civil society and as a state to draw up future measures and policies to protect Libyan society from the repercussions of this phenomenon.
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