LTDH calls for setting up commission to search for Tunisian illegal migrants reported missing off Lampedusa.LTDH LTDH Ligue Tunisienne des Droits de l'Homme (French: Tunisian League for Human Rights) ) denounced on Thursday, "the degrading situation" inflicted on illegal migrants as "a situation in contravention A term of French law meaning an act violative of a law, a treaty, or an agreement made between parties; a breach of law punishable by a fine of fifteen francs or less and by an imprisonment of three days or less. In the U.S. of the slightest principles of human rights."
It also called for setting up an independent commission which will be tasked with searching for the people reported missing in the shipwreck shipwreck, complete or partial destruction of a vessel as a result of collision, fire, grounding, storm, explosion, or other mishap. In the ancient world sea travel was hazardous, but in modern times the number of shipwrecks due to nonhostile causes has steadily of a boat carrying Tunisian illegal migrants off theislandofLampedusa.
The point is also to hold a national dialogue to find solutions to social problems including notably poverty and unemployment.
In a statement, the LTDH urged the government to give proof of more ''severity ''to arrest those who organise illegal immigration and enquire about the fate of those reported missing.
It also urged civil society activists and politicians to "put pressure on western countries, governments and civil society to secure the free movement of people in accordance with international conventions."
The reaction of the League follows after the shipwreck, last September 6, of a boat carrying about 110 Tunisian illegal migrants off theislandofLampedusa.
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|Publication:||Agency Tunis Afrique Press|
|Date:||Sep 13, 2012|
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