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Old 19.01.2016, 08:43
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Re: Feb. 28th vote on enforced implementation of the deportation initiative

This law can't be applied if CH does not have readmission agreements with any other country involved in the process (or, even better, if that country does not respect these agreements as it frequently happens in developing countries), as it was the case with some deportees to Africa who were not allowed to set foot on their soil by their own governments. Or, as it was the case with the Pakistani illegal migrants deported from Greece and sent back to Europe by Pakistan because they did not have all the approvals and stamps from the interior ministry, although the embassy had issued travel documents for them.
So, it will be highly inefficient.
The law might be good in some ways, if not abused (I doubt), but it depends on external factors too. Could turn out to be just waste of money. CH could deport people only to EU, emerging to EU and other Western countries, but wait, they already can do that.....
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