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"The chaos of ICE-swede's citizenship be withdrawn"

"Debater: the State has a moral responsibility to its citizens – no matter what they have done."

"This is an opinion piece. It is the writer who stands for the views that are put forward in the text, not Against."

"the DEBATE. What does it mean to be a citizen of a country? What obligations and rights does the individual in the respective state?"

"the State should efterse to individuals with citizenship, receives protection and support in relation to the foreign countries. The individual must follow the country's laws and fulfil the civic duty such as military service. "

"by and large, is the arrangement with citizenship is a way to create order for the individual and also for the state. "

"In a united nations declaration of 1948 proclaims the united nations that all people have the right to citizenship. After that, the UN has issued a statement to counteract that individuals are stateless."

"My point of view on citizenship is that it is a way for the international community to bring order – all have their place, their duties and rights. The state has, in my judgment, an ethical and moral responsibility to be there for their nationals, regardless of their actions. "

"in the Past, states have considered it reasonable to revoke the citizenship of, for example, when a person had a different nationality, a woman married a man of another nationality or when a citizen had extreme political opinions. "

"These reasons to revoke citizenship is no longer reasonable in the world we live in now. Human rights have taken a decisive step forward and it is in severe, extreme cases like these fully tested. "

"Either you have an organized public international law with difficult decisions and responsibility or we choose a path in which every state looks to its own interests primarily, I doubt the latter would benefit Sweden as a state."

"Every year, making Sweden's courts countless decisions in which foreign nationals should be deported to their countries of origin because of the crime. The relatively new practice of the Supreme court means that the judgment can now include deportation to a country where there currently are obstacles to the expulsion. "

"the Reasoning, in brief, is that the situation in the country and can change over time in Swedish prison, and that the issue may be reviewed again when it is time for the release. "

"The latter was applied recently in the so-called Terrormålet where a citizen of Uzbekistan, was sentenced to deportation and seven years imprisonment in the district court. This despite the fact that the board considers the existence of obstacles to deportation to Uzbekistan at the moment."

"My conclusion is that it would be irresponsible of Sweden to take his hand, its responsibility from its individuals. IS-the travelers are a Swedish citizen and Sweden is responsible for them in the wet and the dry. "

"the Consequence of revoking citizenship – if it becomes a generally accepted way to handle the citizens' crime abroad – would lead to international chaos of unprecedented kind. "

"Sweden expels more people because of the crimes than we have Swedish citizens who commit serious crimes abroad. If Sweden is to revoke citizenship for, inter alia, those who have connected to the ICE is the risk that the countries that we indicate people to apply the same approach. "

"the Individual in terrormålet would never never be able to be expelled to Uzbekistan. Not the person who performed the truck on Drottninggatan. "

"American personnel will disappointing return to Sweden as the authority in the country where the person had citizenship announces that the citizenship is revoked – the individual takes they are no longer responsible for."

"With these examples it becomes obvious why we have a system as it looks today. Of course, the plan to be tested – as is happening now. But what is the alternative? "

"there is No wish that individuals should only be able to return without it being investigated exactly what the person in question has done or not done. "

"When it comes to ICE-the swedes are the evidence of place – witnesses, mobile phones and the internet. But how should the crimes be investigated? We have previously had international tribunals in respect of Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia. In these cases, ceased hostilities, there were few suspects continued to commit crimes. "

"In this case, it is a warfare via small networks and individuals who initiated the hostilities. Then, the forming of the caliphate and many people joined. "

"That individuals will cease to commit crime is probably likely in many of these cases, but in a large number of cases, returning the individual to the previous approach, attacks from the inside."

"we Want a united nations tribunal in the former ICE-dominated area in order to investigate the individuals' possible obligation to the crime?"

"If it can be done in a legally certain manner, this is of course preferable. However, it has recently been expressed in the media that torture has been against young people in the region. Torture to get people to admit that they are members of the ICE."

"If a tribunal is established, which shall be accountable to it? Only suspected members of the ICE or will also be individuals who represent the state of Syria be responsible? Other countries and organisations which have been involved in the fighting?"

"Russia will surely oppose a tribunal in which syrian citizens who represent the syrian arm is liable to face trial. "

"History will, in such cases repeat themselves, we get a tribunal, where only the vanquished are tested before the courts and the victorious escapes liability. Exactly the same thing happened at the Nuremberg trial of over 70 years ago."

"Which of the bad options is preferable? I am in favour of a tribunal on the spot with the deficiencies in the rule of law and objectivity that are likely to occur. The faster the decision is taken, the sooner we can begin to work for the examination will be as close to our legal requirements as possible."

"the Nuremberg tribunal showed us, after all, with all its shortcomings, to the trial, was suspicious to a large part was objective and that the judges were well-founded. Only the Russian judges let preconceived notions take over – but they were in a minority."

"nMikael Fredblad, the defense Lawyers"

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