By Lorenzo Figoni Starting from the decision made on the 25th of July 2021 by the President of the Republic, the Tunisian Mr Kais Saied, to suspend the Parliament’s activity, Tunisia has entered into a vortex of deep changes. The decision is part of a panorama where Tunisia is already in difficulty, with a country […]
Tunisia is a candidate to be the next regional disembarkation platform. It is defined as a safe haven for migrant boats rejected in the Mediterranean. Unfortunately, the conditions of reception and detention of foreign citizens and refugees, many of them rejected from Libya, are unclearly managed by international agencies and by the government itself.
Answers to the civic accesses requested by some ASGI members to the Italian Ministry of Foreing Affairs (MfA) The Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has signed a technical agreement on 9 December 2020 with the UN Office for Services and Projects (UNOPS) to implement the “Support to Tunisia’s border control and management of migration flows” […]
By Martina Cociglio and Lorenzo Figoni Once migrants have arrived in their country of destination, receiving an appropriate information session on their rights is a fundamental instrument for them to have access to a regularization process. In our legal system this right is established in several provisions including Article 8 of the 2013/32/EU Directive, Articles […]
By Martina Cociglio, Lorenzo Figoni and Marina Mattirolo “I have never seen so many Tunisian nationals repatriated so quickly from the removal centre (CPR) in Turin”, ASGI lawyer Maurizio Veglio notes. “Everything happens in a very short time. They enter a removal centre, are taken before a Justice of the Peace and, within a few […]
On 6 November 2019 representatives of the Foreign Ministries of Italy and Tunisia met in Rome to negotiate a “framework agreement on migration and development”, with the aim of reaching a concerted management of flows and consolidating collaboration on the return of migrants irregular Tunisians.