EU: European Parliament study: Readmission policy in the EU


EU: European Parliament study: Readmission policy in the EU (pdf): Argues that readmission policy has become part of a matrix of external policy demands and that in these cicrumstances it is "reasonable to warn the European Parliament about future guarantees, aimed at ensuring the safety of persons readmitted to a country that has no effective asylum system. Such guarantee can hardly be taken seriously." And that: "the call of the Council of Europe to:

"conclude readmission agreements only with countries that comply with relevant human rights standards and with the 1951 Geneva Convention, that have functioning asylum systems in place and that protect their citizens’ right to free movement, neither criminalising unauthorised entry into, nor departure from, the country in question."

cannot be dismissed offhand, above all following the incorporation of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union into the Treaties.
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