The Ludwig Boltzmann Institute of Human Rights issued its statement on a draft proposed to amend the Austrian asylum and migration law in specifically sensitive areas. The focus of the analysis lies on the human rights dimension of the proposal. The draft amendments are designed to implement a regime that provides the means for restricting the right to liberty of individuals seeking protection in Austria throughout the entire asylum and return procedure. Substantial questions regarding the conformity with international and European human rights law remain unanswered, while some provisions, such as on coercive detention in return proceedings, would even blatantly contravene EU law. In this light, the BIM declares itself against the adoption of this proposal.
Please find the statement in German below.
|Stellungnahme zum Entwurf betreffend das Fremdenrechtsänderungsgesetz 2017 Teil II||476.57 KB|