Posts Tagged ‘greece’

Wir sind alle Griechen …

März 16, 2012

Hallo, dieser Artikel steht in dem neuen Blog “We are all greek”, der anläßlich des Marsches nach Athen eingerichtet wurde …

http://weareallgreek.wordpress.com/2012/02/16/internationaler-marsch-von-patras-nach-athen/

Wir werden nie vergessen, in welcher beformundeten Form die Regierungsvertretern von Deutschland und Frankreich den griechischen Bürgerinnen und Bürgern gegenübergetreten sind.

Skandalös ist die Tatsache, dass genau diese beiden Länder, Deutschland und Frankreich, durch die getätigten Waffengeschäfte mit Griechenland, dazu beigetragen haben, daß dieses Land an den Rand des wirtschaftlichen Ruin getrieben wurde.

Das Paar Merkel-Sarkozy- hat mit ihrer Vorgehensweise die Menschen in Griechenland beschämt und selbstherrlich wurde ein Aderlass angeordnet!

Wir können nicht akzeptieren, dass zum ersten Mal in der Geschichte der Menschheit, ein Land seine politische Souveränität an das Diktat der Finanzmärkte verliert.Dabei dienen die Maßnahmen nur zur Verteidigung der Investitionen der 1%Privilegierten.

Wir werden nicht zulassen das diese Verleumdungen gegen die Bürgerinnen und Bürger welche in Griechenland leben weiter gehen, während sich die Profiteure der Krise aus der Verantwortung stehlen können.

Auch wollen wir es nicht unterstützen, daß sich die Bürgerinnen und Bürger welche in Griechenland leben nicht in einem Referendum äußern dürfen.

Dabei wurde in Europa die ersten Samen der direkten Demokratie in Griechenland gesät.

Die allgemeine Emanzipation der Bürger entstand dort! Aber wer erinnert sich heute noch daran?

Weiterhin dürfen wir nicht vergessen, daß durch den griechischen Widerstand die Befreiung Europas vom Nationalsozialismus große Unterstützung bekam.

Den nun zwangsweise auferlegten Steuerungselementen auf Griechenland ist im Grunde genommen ein Staatsstreich gegen die europäische Demokratie, eine bewusste Erstickung ihrer zivilen Gesellschaft, eine materielle und moralische Erniedrigung der Menschen.

In einem Domino-Effekt wird sich diese Krise auf die Nachbarländer ausgebreiten, mit dem Risiko einer präfaschistische Krise.

Wir, die Bürgerinnen und Bürger welche in Deutschland leben, zeigen unsere Solidarität! Es geht um Europa, ein Europa in Freiheit!

Wir alle sind Griechen und alle Griechen sind wir!

Iranian Asylum Seekers in #Greece call for petition #iranelection

Januar 4, 2011

I saw this link on facebook, posted in the wall of “They don’t care about us” … Please sign …

Amplify’d from www.change.org

Political Asylum for Iranian Asylum Seekers in Greece

Targeting:
UN (Office of the Spokesman for the Secretary-General United Nations, S-378), Interior Ministry of Greece (Υπουργείο Εσωτερικών της Ελλάδα), and Campaign for Iranian Political Refugees in Greece
Started by:
Peshraw majid

we need your help . and your support.. for this Campaign..

if you sign at this page , it means you are agree with our request,, which we want Political asylum.. in Greece.

******************************************************

in Greek language:

χρειαζόμαστε τη βοήθειά σας. και την υποστήριξή σας .. για αυτήν την καμπάνια ..

εάν συνδεθείτε σε αυτή τη σελίδα, αυτό σημαίνει ότι εσεις συμφωνειτε με το αίτημά μας, που ζηταμε να χορηγηθει Πολιτικό άσυλο .. στην Ελλάδα.

Petition Text

Political Asylum for Iranian Political asylum Seekers now

Greetings,

[Your name]

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Welcome to Europe, a part of the European and the German Refugee Councils, is planning a visit in greece

August 19, 2010

Good article about refugees in greece, Frontex and no-border-Movement …

Amplify’d from w2eu.net

Samos is one of the Greek island off the Turkish coast. At the closest point, you have the feeling you can easily touch the other side if you stretch your arm a little. Not surprisingly, many refugees and migrants attempt to cross the border to the European Union here with small boats.

Because of all this, there will be a noborder weekend in Samos from the 27th to the 29th of August, with the aim of protesting the current treatment of the migrants, the presence and practices of Frontex and to continue a discussion in the local society about racism and the obligation to welcome migrants, not detain them. Join us!

Read more at w2eu.net

 

Letter from Code e.V. to UN to help the iranian refugees in Greece … #iranelection

August 18, 2010

Code e. V.’s letter to UN …

Amplify’d from letter.code-ev.org

From: CODE e.v
Color of Democratic Election e. V.

To: United Nation Organization

Current situation of asylum seekers in Greece

Dear Sir or Madam,

we are writing to you because of the intolerable situation of Iranians in Greece that are in need of protection.
We started reporting about the massive Human Rights violations in the Islamic Republic of Iran a long time ago. The enduring persecutions, tortures and executions of regime critics in Iran are good reasons for people to leave their home and seek shelter abroad. Nevertheless asylum seeking Iranians are treated like criminals in Greece and are detained in prisons where inhumane conditions exist.

Read more at letter.code-ev.org

 

Please support the arrested iranian #refugees in Athens, #Greece #iranelection

August 14, 2010

Statement from UN Greece on their point of view according to the iranian refugees.

Please help, the Athens’ refugees need as much publicity as possible …

Amplify’d from www.unhcr.gr


Statement by UNHCR Greece in relation to the hunger strike in front of its
premises

1.
UNHCR supports the legitimate claim of the Iranian as well as other asylum
seekers for a fair and efficient asylum-procedure and a final decision on their
asylum-claims., especially since many have been waiting for years to have their
asylum claims heard and examined, and – depending on their claims – be granted
international protection, as needed.

2.
The despair of the Iranian hunger strikers, as well as of other asylum seekers
of other nationalities who live in a limbo situation, stems from the current 
shortcomings of the asylum system in Greece, in which – at present – the fair
and efficient examination of their asylum applications is not ensured, with
negative consequences  on their every day lives.

3.
UNHCR is engaged with the Greek authorities in an effort to bring about the
necessary changes to the Greek asylum system with the aim of urgently addressing
its long-standing deficiencies which have resulted, among others, in a backlog
of over 46,000 pending asylum claims at second instance. UNHCR has also
advocated for substantial reforms that will lead to the creation of a new,
independent Asylum Service, as part of the currently proposed draft asylum law.

4.
Ultimately, the responsibility for the adoption and implementation of these
legislative changes lies with the Greek State, as the asylum procedure in Greece
is a state responsibility.

5.
While currently, asylum-claims can not be decided at second and final instance
since the appeals committees were abolished during summer 2009, a Presidential
Decree, which envisages their re-establishment, has been signed by the Minister
of Citizen Protection. This is a development welcomed by UNHCR, as it is a
significant step in the process of re-establishing these committees, in order to
allow the asylum applications of the Iranian demonstrators as well as all
applicants of other nationalities to be examined and fairly processed at second
instance. While an exact time-frame for the resumption of the processing of
asylum appeals is not as yet determined, UNHCR will continue advocating for and
supporting the Greek authorities in effecting the necessary changes.

6.
While UNHCR defends the right to a peaceful demonstration, it is concerned about
the physical safety and health of refugees and asylum seekers. Methods of
protest on legitimate rights should not place human lives at risk

Athens, 11
August 2010

Read more at www.unhcr.gr

 

Untitled

August 13, 2010
Amplify’d from www.facebook.com
07 August 2010 – An Iranian refugee with his mouth sewn shut is seen through a hole in a banner yesterday outside the Athens offices United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). He and a compatriot went on hunger strike on July 28 after their asylum applications were rejected. Giorgos Tsarbopoulos, head of the Athens UNHCR office, said the refugees’ despair ‘stems from the enduring problems of the asylum system.’ He said the UN refugee agency would resume its role in assessing asylum applications if the government re-establishes appeal committees.

Sample mail to the UN – copy and send to:

  • tehran@unesco.org
  • Pauline Chaigne email: chaigne@unhcr.org
  • Blanche Tax email: tax@unhcr.org
  • Eveline Snauwert email: snauwert@unhcr.org
  • To whom it may concern:

Re: Request for Immediate Action from the UN vis-à-vis Iranian Refugees Seeking Asylum in Greece

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