[bestbits] Argentina deports 2 straight from Bs As airport
Renata Aquino Ribeiro
raquino at gmail.com
Mon Dec 11 11:18:54 EST 2017
Yes, too late, too litlle, too much trouble for all of these
organizations all of this.
And Gus, that 2nd case I didn't know and it's also emblematic.
It is as if it's threatening CSOs on what they have as most fragile:
their strategic planning.
For some of those small organizations, especially the labor ones, to
organize oneself to go to a conference as this, raise funds, go
through bureaucratic visa processes, arrange local partnerships while
remaining in contact w/ global ones, is an months, maybe an year work.
And it is all gone with the lack of accreditation and, worse thing,
qualifying the organization as a a bad faith character, as it was in
the official government press release.
Would be interesting to envisage a collective lawsuit for damages
against the Argentina authorities.
I am sure the citizens would jump in to join.
On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 12:52 PM, Norbert Bollow <nb at bollow.ch> wrote:
> On Mon, 11 Dec 2017 09:47:07 -0300
> Renata Aquino Ribeiro <raquino at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 1 deportation has been recanted after a pronunciation from Norway
>> minister @petterST is leaving Brazil back to Argentina
> Also news from Sally Burch is that she has been informed that she could
> now return to Argentina. However, for her (who had been deported to
> Ecuador where she lives), in view of long travel times, the recantation
> of the ban comes too late for her, in the sense that she feels that it
> makes no sense for her to return to Buenos Aires now.
>> >From the trolls, through the opposition to the supporters of the
>> president, one can easily see that the situation to those in the
>> country is also very complicated.
>> We'll know by tomorrow if all went well. For now, wish good luck.
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