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Demonstation in Wittenberg to remenber the sufferings of refugees in Möhlau

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Flüchtlingsinitiative Möhlau Wittenberg are manifesting in remembrance of their sufferings and struggles in Wittenberg on 22.03.2011. at 2 o’clock in the afternoon.

Flüchtlingsinitiative Möhlau Wittenberg are remembering the sufferings of refugees that were been attributed in the local government of Wittenberg by federal office of refugees and migration.

Sufferings which comprises the following:

Isolation. Refugees were extremely isolated in Möhlau since many year without considering their living condition that is up to the European standard.

Exclusion. Having used this isolated old Russian military camp as a place for refugees, despite its extreme isolation, refugees were at the same time been excluded indirectly out of the local government of Wittenberg ,so as to make their integration impossible.

Refugees were been denied working permission for many years and at the same time were forced to use voucher (Gutschein), this focus highly on African refugees in the local government.

Resident Obligation law (Residentphlicht). Refugees already oppressed with the above mentioned points were also obliged to Resident obligation Laws which makes it mandatory for refugees to stay in a particular local government or State. If not, would be punished with penalties, sometimes it could lead to imprisonment.

Having obliged refugees in the local government of Wittenberg to live with this mechanism of repression, it contributes to affect their health and psychology at the same time traumatising refugees that were innocent.

Deportation treat: Refugees were been traumatised with deportation treats which contribute to provoke the refugees to have the intention of taking suicide. Refugees who fled wars, persecutions, inhuman treatments, statelessness etc. should be given the necessary protection needed. Therefore refugees in Wittenberg unanimously said „ Wittenberg shouldn't let us die it is your obligation to protect us“

Refugees are equally in remembrance of those died in Möhlau while trying to take refuge to protect their lives and their family instead it leads them to death.

In relation to the points mentioned Flüchtlingsinitiative Möhlau /Wittenberg called for a manifestation for remembering the sufferings of refugees in Möhlau which would take place in Wittenberg on 22.3 2011 from 2 o’clock.

Refugees demanded and are waiting for the closure of Möhlau as it has been promised by the competent authority and for the integration of refugees in Wittenberg.

Refugees demand for the abolition of the so called “Gutschein”.

Refugees demand for a fair treatment from the competent authority in terms of

working permission, Resident permission, AOK Health assurance etc.

Refugees demand for a working permission.

Flüchtlingsinitiative Möhlau/ Wittenberg

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