The German Government Should Immediately Stop Deporting Ethiopian Refugees To Ethiopia.

The German Government Should Immediately Stop Deporting Ethiopian Refugees To Ethiopia.

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Actress Yeharerwerk Gashaw started this petition to Angela Merkel Chancellor of Germany and

Worldwide Ethiopian Refugees’ Rights Advocate Group USA                                      Founded in 1982.            

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May 3,2021, Dallas, Texas USA.

We are asking Government of Germany/Immigration, to stop killing, beating, deporting and discriminating Ethiopian Asylum Seekers. We the internationally recognized human rights activists, Ethiopian, Ethiopian-Americans, Global PanAfricanism Movement and the peace loving people from around the Globe, are asking you to grant Ethiopian Asylum Seekers a legal refugee status unconditionally and accordingly. And free (release) all Ethiopian refugees from the so called Detention (jail) and Emergency Centers immediately. 

With international media and human rights organizations, our organization have received from Germany, a list of names and ID # of Ethiopian refugees in prisons and centers, and according the list as evidences, some of the Ethiopians asylum seekers have been living in Germany, for more than a decade, because of negative decisions and discrimination. This means, they were neither granted a refugee status nor a provisional permit. The least the Federal Office for Migration of Germany could have done was to grant a provisional permit to Ethiopian asylum seekers at least to fulfill the requirements for it. Based on our investigation and fact finding, the harsh treatments that the Ethiopian asylum seekers are receiving in Germany is beyond ones imagination. It is just unbelievable. 

The right to asylum is a constitutional right in Germany and grant to everyone who flees political persecution. The Germany Asylum Act recognizes the basic principle of the Geneva Convention of 1951 relating to the status of refugees and its 1967 Protocol are the key The article 3 of the Asylum Act reads as follows: “Refugees are foreigners who in their native country or in the country of last residence are subject to or have a well-founded fear of serious disadvantages because of their race, ethnicity, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion. Considered as serious disadvantage are viz.a threat to life, physical integrity or freedom as well as measures exerting an unbearable psychological pressure. The 1951 Refugee Convention and its 1967 Protocol are the key legal documents that form the basis of our work. With 149 State parties to either or both, they define the term ‘refugee’ and outlines the rights of refugees, as well as the legal obligations of States to protect them. The core principle is non-refoulement, which asserts that a refugee should not be returned to a country where they face serious threats to their life or freedom".

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