They lived for years Austria, But classmates, teachers and protesters could not stop the action: even after several hours, the harsh deportation of three schoolgirls and their families is still a concern for state politics. Austria’s federal president Alexander van der Bellen has also spoken now.
Van der Bellen said, “I cannot believe that we live in a country where it is really necessary in this form.” Twitter The published video statement can be seen as a point of view against his former party colleagues in the Greens. You are a junior partner of the Austrian government OVP From Chancellor Sebastian Kurz And had not previously managed to obtain the right to live for the affected.
Van der Bellen was also an active Green politician for many years, but he suspended membership of his party in 2016 to assert his non-partisan position as federal president.
He is deeply concerned that families with young children were deported during the night. The federal president appealed to “everyone who bears responsibility here” to prioritize the welfare of children and youth.
The deportation was accompanied by protests that night. SPÖ politicians, Greens and liberal neos spoke in favor of a bandh.
Deportation burdens ationVP and Greens alliance
Ministry of the Interior OVPOn the other hand, the politician Karl Nehmer referred to several Supreme Court decisions that provided for deportation.
In one case, according to the APA news agency, a Georgian family has been living illegally in Austria for four years. Twelve-year-old family, now deported, has been for two years Georgia Because his mother had to return there. Only the father is legally in the country with a tourist visa. The federal administrative court ruled in the asylum process that the long stay was the least due to non-compliance with official requirements.
However, the case is linked to conservative andVP and Greens within the government. For the exiles, the Greens campaigned for a well-integrated family living and “human solution”. Vice Chancellor Werner Coogler (Greens) described the deportation as “inhumane and irresponsible” according to the “standard”.