– We shall not have these people back in Norway. They represent a serious security threat to our lives and our values, " says minister of justice Jøran Kallmyr to NRK.
both Norwegian citizens and persons with temporary residence permits who went down to fight in Iraq and Syria and then returned. The new proposal means that only a person with Norwegian citizenship can return after having acceded to the ICE, according to Kallmyr.
According to the minister of justice will also refuse family reunification in Norway for people with ICE-related who seek it. Parents should not be reunited with the children, " Kallmyr.
previously, the Norwegian government opened up for bringing home orphaned Norwegian children to ICE-connected from the camps in Syria, and authorities are now working to get the Norwegian ICE-women, and Norwegian children, who are in the syrian camps. Before the children may be brought to Norway to the dna-tested, writes NRK.
the Government, however, will not help women who have acceded to the ICE. It stated the Frp-leader Siv Jensen at a convention on Friday.
– It is not a sin if the women. They have chosen a path where they have risked the safety of both themselves and not least their children. Let me make it perfectly clear: We shall not lift so much as a finger to help them, " says Siv Jensen, according to Verdens Gang.
the subject of the new bill is unclear. According to the minister for justice Norwegian security service PTS a pretty good idea of who will have travelled down to Syria and Iraq to join IS, which is about 30 people. But the information on how many have survived the war and might want to return is very uncertain. Therefore Kallmyr not give any specific number, type PLEASE
Several other EU countries, has put forward a similar proposal to deprive future ICE-combatant citizenship, for example, in Denmark and in Germany. It is, however, not the around 300 ICE-combatants with German citizenship that have so far returned to Germany or that now sits in detention in Syria and Iraq. The laws of Germany may not apply retroactively.
Finland has already tightened up its legislation against terrorists. The 1 may entry a new law in force which says that people who also have another citizenship and commit serious crimes may lose their Finnish citizenship. Even those who received Finnish citizenship at birth can lose it if they have such strong ties to another state where they are citizens to loss of citizenship would not pose an undue intervention in their lives.
citizenship and temporary residence permits to persons connected to terrorist organisations has been debated also in Sweden. According to the Swedish government, it is not appropriate, because in such a case would require a constitutional amendment.
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