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Tesfaye scraps contract: Now, rejected asylum seekers mandsopdækkes

so Far it has been the Danish Refugee council, which has undertaken the task to advise asylum seekers on the return journey and thus ensure that they travel home.

The contract has aliens, integration, Mattias Tesfaye now terminated. The task will in future lie with the newly created Hjemrejsestyrelse.

This is a desire that the advice needs to be plugged in more often and earlier, writes Aliens and the ministry of integration, in a press release.

Also has the task been 'misplaced' by the Danish Refugee council, says Mattias Tesfaye.

Danish Refugee council is excellent to help the refugees. But they rejected asylum seekers are refugees. Therefore, the task is out of place with them, and therefore terminates, we now contract. Today will be the rejected asylum seekers left too much to themselves. It's no good. In the future they will be mandsopdækket of Hjemrejsestyrelsen, from the refusal, and right up until they step out of the airport and into a plane on the way home, the minister says.

In the Danish Refugee council are concerned about the minister's decision.

'When we took over the task from the police in 2012, it was precisely because it judged that it was best if this task does not lay with the authorities. We hope, therefore, that you also in the future, will ensure that there is access to impartial advice – whether it's with us or another independent organisation' sounds in a written response to the Extra Leaf from the Charlotte Slente, the secretary-general in the DRC the Danish Refugee council.

She explains that many rejected asylum seekers come from countries where they have a sense that the authorities are on their side.

'It will say, then, that only the fact that it is an official there to advise them, can be a factor in how advice are perceived. It's not about the quality of advice provided by the authorities – it's all about how the rejected asylum seekers are accustomed to consider the authorities,' says Charlotte Slente.

nowadays, There are 1.100 rejected asylum seekers, staying illegally in Denmark.

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