the ICE has been defeated, and the so-called caliphate has been crushed. Remain in the region are, however, civilian victims that deserve redress, children suffering and terrorists from different parts of the world that should be judged and punished. It is needed both accountability as humanitarian efforts in the region. At the same time, we ensure that our preparedness at home works. ICE fall does not mean that the threat from våldsbejakande islamism disappeared.
the Islamic state has been selling women as sex slaves, forced the children to see their parents being tortured to death and have halshuggit men for propaganda purposes. The people who have committed terrorist acts, war crimes or other violent crimes shall be held accountable for their actions. The government wants to see a tribunal or other legal mechanism that can judge the terrorists on the ground in the region. After crimes of this scale needs justice.
No child should be punished for their parents ' crimes. There should be no doubt that the government is doing what we can for these children and if possible, they must be brought home. Each case must be handled individually because the children are in different situations. Some are orphans and others have parents who are arrested for acts they committed for the ICE. It is also important that in so far as it is possible to determine the identities and parentage. Humanitarian and consular work will continue.
Through collaboration between the security service and the Swedish migration board, the government can also establish that the 20 people who traveled to the conflict in Syria and Iraq will not have the right to return to Sweden.
There has been uncertainty as to what municipalities and social services for the opportunity and the responsibility to protect the children, who returns to Sweden. Within the government offices has been made a legal analysis of the Law with special provisions on the care of young (LVU). The assessment is to LVU provides support for the decision to take the children to ICE-returner who find themselves in a Swedish municipality. The circumstances of the individual case is always decisive for the stake that is given, but it should not be in doubt that there is support in the law to act when the return of children in distress.
When it comes to the adults, assesses the National center for terrorhotbedömning (NCT) to a few individuals who joined the terrorist group in Syria and Iraq may return in 2019. Many have died, some may or may not want to get out of there.
Through cooperation between the security service and the Swedish migration board, the government can also establish that the 20 people who traveled to the conflict in Syria and Iraq will not have the right to return to Sweden. These people have the force of law won the refusal of entry or deportation, they have had temporary residence permits which had expired, or has their residence permit revoked on grounds of cessation of residence.
For adults who still returns to Sweden, there is a sharing of responsibility.
the Center against våldsbejakande extremism (CVE) has the mission to provide professionals at the local level support and guidance. Today the 24 of april there is a kunskapsdag in Stockholm for the municipalities and districts that have or may come to deal with people from the areas previously controlled by the IS. The government and relevant authorities to participate in order to contribute with knowledge and information that can help municipalities ensure that we have the readiness and the action plans should be.
In Sweden, the security Police had the primary responsibility to prevent and investigate terroristbrottslighet. They share information with the Police which conducts a dialogue with the municipalities concerned by the returner. In recent years, authorities have received more funding and been able to strengthen its work against terrorism and våldsbejakande extremism.
If there is reason to believe that a crime has been committed, opened an investigation and the suspected person can be arrested immediately upon returning home. The security service also makes orosanmälningar to the social services in the municipalities concerned if there are children in the picture.
Police are investigating suspicions of war crimes and crimes against humanity. There are a number of preliminary investigations against individuals suspected of genocide, crimes against humanity or war crimes committed during the conflict in Syria and Iraq.
the Swedish courts have convicted several persons for crimes committed in connection with the conflict in Syria and Iraq. To the documents committed abroad, in a war zone without the functioning of the authorities, complicates the course bevisinhämtningen. Therefore supports the government, the UN bevisinsamlingsmekanismer for Syria and Iraq and continues to promote the strengthening of international judicial cooperation.
In Stockholm, the municipality has made it clear that the social services will break confidentiality if, in their investigations, it appears that a person committed such as war crimes, genocide or crimes against humanity. In such a case, information shall be passed on to the police and the international office of the prosecutor. This is excellent and fully possible for other municipalities to follow.
There is a sharing of responsibility and good opportunities on the basis of this interaction, the terrorists should be punished, that children at risk should be given a better future and for everyone to be able to feel a sense of security. It is our common mission.