the DN has previously told you about the so-called Erin-the program, which can offer the expelled airport pickup, emergency accommodation and efforts to come into work on the ground in the country. The program has been a part of the government's requirements on the Swedish migration board to work for increased voluntary repatriation, but was last year temporarily paused after a GDPR-miss.
Now, the migration board has reviewed the invoices to the organisation in IRARA, which is responsible for providing the support in the program and writes that the organization has not been able to present invoices in a satisfactory manner.
make sure that the aid gets to the right person and used in accordance with the applicable återintegreringsplan. Since the migration board can not be sure that this is the case, the authority has decided to temporarily stop the bills,” it says in the press release.
– It is of course unfortunate for the people who have the right to this assistance, but we as a government authority has an obligation to manage taxpayers ' money well. For this reason, we need to wait for better data, " says Thérése Naess, head of the international department in the press release.
at the moment, are about 130 people in Kabul, which has become the legitimate actions of the programme.
" until this is resolved, they will not be able to take some of the actions at all. But kontantstödet distributed via the IOM still pay out, " says Matilda Niang on the plant's press service.
She says you can't go into detail on what gaps is all about, but it is hoped to get the go-ahead to continue the program.
the Program is all about efforts for a total of about 23.000 sek per person and the Swedish migration board had in september last year received over 1,000 Erin-applications since november of 2016, when the programme started.