GREEK PARLIAMENT APPROVES REFUGEE AGREEMENT





The bill proposed by the Greek government to parliament on the implementation of the refugee agreement between Turkey and the EU was voted on in parliament. The proposal brought to parliament by the Ministry of the Interior was accepted with 169 MPs from the government and opposition parties in favour, out of a total of 276 MPs who attended the session. Some MPs of the governing SYRIZA voted against the proposal.
The new legislation foresees the formation of new offices for asylum applications, new regulations, identification of acceptance and registration centres, aid to local administrations for the formation of temporary refugee camps in emergencies and amendments to existing regulations for integration with the European Council and Parliament’s 2013/32 circular on international protection.
The bill also includes stipulations for migrants who have agreed for asylum and stayed for five years or more in Greece being given residence permits and the establishment of 12 application centres in Athens, Thessaloniki, Epirus and Thessaly regions as well as the islands of Chios, Lesbos, Crete, Samos, Leros and Rhodes.
The law also contains articles on the “safe countries” to which refugees entering the country may be sent.
Mete Ersöz

demo bedava bahis bahis siteleri sohbet bahis siteleri kadıköy escort maltepe escort kartal escort pendik escort bostancı escort ataşehir escort kurtköy escort göztepe escort ümraniye escort gebze escort istanbul escort