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Campaign for the access to asylum: The implementation  of the EU-Turkey Statement is an insult for the human life and dignity

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The implementation  of the EU-Turkey Statement is an insult for the human life and dignity

Athens 24 October 2018

With regard to the intensification of the problems in the islands of Eastern Aegean, both concerning the inhumane living conditions for refugees and the alarming increase of incidents of racism and intolerance, that are taking place because of the implementation of the EU-Turkey Statement, we repeat our standing position:

The dealing with these problems which refugees face, making them victims and hostages of the preventive policy that EU member states implement and of the continuing tendency of banishment of the Refugee Issue in the fringes of or even outside European borders, cannot have any other approach than:

  • The abandonment of the EU-Turkey Statement and more importantly the abandonment of the submission of refugees in conditions of endless detention and lock-in, that have caused all the problems we witness the last few years.
  • The reinstatement of human life and dignity in the center of the relative political planning, in comparison to the current preventive policy and degradation of human value.
  • The strategic planning for the smooth integration of refugees throughout the Greek territory, in a way that promotes the coexistence with local communities, instead of making it difficult, like the current policy of prevention and ghettoisation in distant camps of mainland.

The dealing of the problems that beset the refugee population and have a negative impact in local communities, does not consist of half-measures for the reduction of refugee population or for temporary improvement of living conditions, or of course does not consist of the criminalization of the solidarity towards refugees. The situation needs to be confronted with the abandonment of the political implementation of the EU-Turkey Statement, that is the main cause for the lock in of refugees in the islands and the concomitant problems.

Signing Organisations (in alphabetic order):

 AITIMA http://www.aitima.gr

ARSIS – Association for the Social Support of Youth arsis.gr | arsis

 Network of Social Support for Refugees and Migrants
 http://migrant.diktio.org

 Greek Council for Refugeeshttp://www.gcr.gr

Greek Forum of Refugeeshttp://refugees.gr

 Greek Helsinki Monitorhttps://greekhelsinki.wordpress.com

Initiative for the Detainees’ Rightshttp://www.tokeli.gr

“LATHRA?” Committee for Solidarity to Refugees in Chios http://www.lathra.gr

Lawyers’ Team for Refugees’ and Migrants’ Rights http://www.omadadikigorwn.blogspot.com

 PRAKSIS http://www.praksis.gr

Refugees Support Aegeanhttp://rsaegean.org

World without Wars and Violencehttp://www.kosmosxorispolemous.gr

Καμπάνια για την πρόσβαση στο Άσυλο: Προσβολή για την ανθρώπινη ζωή και αξιοπρέπεια η εφαρμογή της Κοινής Δήλωσης ΕΕ-Τουρκίας

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ΑΝΑΚΟΙΝΩΣΗ 

Προσβολή για την ανθρώπινη ζωή και αξιοπρέπεια η εφαρμογή της Κοινής Δήλωσης ΕΕ-Τουρκίας

Αθήνα, 24 Οκτωβρίου 2018

Με αφορμή την εντεινόμενη όξυνση των προβλημάτων στα νησιά του ανατολικού Αιγαίου, τόσο σε σχέση με τις απάνθρωπες συνθήκες διαβίωσης των προσφύγων, όσο και με την ανησυχητική αύξηση φαινομένων ρατσισμού και μισαλλοδοξίας, που παρατηρούνται εξαιτίας της εφαρμογής της Κοινής Δήλωσης ΕΕ-Τουρκίας, η Καμπάνια για την Πρόσβαση στο Άσυλο επισημαίνει για μία ακόμη φορά την πάγια θέση της:

Η  αντιμετώπιση των προβλημάτων που ταλανίζουν τους πρόσφυγες, καθιστώντας τους θύματα και δέσμιους της πολιτικής αποτροπής που εφαρμόζουν τα κράτη μέλη της ΕΕ και της συνακόλουθης τάσης εξοστρακισμού του Προσφυγικού Ζητήματος στις παρυφές ή/και εκτός των ευρωπαϊκών συνόρων, δεν μπορεί παρά να έχει ως γνώμονα:

  • Την εγκατάλειψη της Κοινής Δήλωσης ΕΕ-Τουρκίας και ιδίως της υπαγωγής των προσφύγων σε συνθήκες ατέρμονης κράτησης και εγκλωβισμού, η οποία και έχει αποτελέσει τη γενεσιουργό αιτία των προβλημάτων που παρατηρούνται κατά τα τελευταία χρόνια.
  • Την επαναφορά της ανθρώπινης ζωής και αξιοπρέπειας στο επίκεντρο των σχετικών πολιτικών σχεδιασμών, έναντι της τρέχουσας πολιτικής αποτροπής και υποβάθμισης της αξίας του ανθρώπου.
  • Τον στρατηγικό σχεδιασμό για την ομαλή ένταξη των προσφύγων ανά την επικράτεια, κατά τρόπο που να προάγει τη συνύπαρξη με τις τοπικές κοινότητες, αντί να τη δυσχεραίνει, όπως η τρέχουσα πολιτική απομόνωσης και γκετοποίησης σε απόμακρους καταυλισμούς της ενδοχώρας.

Η αντιμετώπιση των προβλημάτων που ταλανίζουν τους πρόσφυγες και επιδρούν αρνητικά στις τοπικές κοινωνίες των νησιών δεν έγκειται σε ημίμετρα για μείωση του πληθυσμού των προσφύγων ή για πρόσκαιρη βελτίωση των συνθηκών διαβίωσης, ούτε φυσικά στην ποινικοποίηση της αλληλεγγύης προς τους πρόσφυγες. Η κατάσταση πρέπει να αντιμετωπιστεί με την εγκατάλειψη της πολιτικής εφαρμογής της Κοινής Δήλωσης ΕΕ-Τουρκίας που αποτελεί τη γενεσιουργό αιτία του εγκλωβισμού των προσφύγων στα νησιά και των συνακόλουθων προβλημάτων.

ΟΙ  ΟΡΓΑΝΩΣΕΙΣ ΠΟΥ ΥΠΟΓΡΑΦΟΥΝ (αλφαβητικά)

ΑΙΤΗΜΑ http://www.aitima.gr

ΑΡΣΙΣ – Κοινωνική Οργάνωση Υποστήριξης Νέων http://arsis.gr

Δίκτυο Κοινωνικής Υποστήριξης Προσφύγων & Μεταναστών http://migrant.diktio.org 

Ελληνικό Παρατηρητήριο των Συμφωνιών του Ελσίνκι  https://greekhelsinki.wordpress.com

Ελληνικό Συμβούλιο για τους Πρόσφυγες http://www.gcr.gr

Ελληνικό Φόρουμ Προσφύγων http://www.refugees.gr

Κόσμος χωρίς Πολέμους και Βία www.kosmosxorispolemous.gr 

“ΛΑΘΡΑ;” – Επιτροπή Αλληλεγγύης στους Πρόσφυγες Χίου http://www.lathra.gr

Ομάδα Δικηγόρων για τα Δικαιώματα Προσφύγων και Μεταναστών http://www.omadadikigorwn.blogspot.com   

PRAKSIS http://www.praksis.gr

Πρωτοβουλία για τα Δικαιώματα των Κρατουμένων http://www.tokeli.gr

Υποστήριξη Προσφύγων στο Αιγαίο (RSA) http://rsaegean.org/el

22/10/2018: Racist discourse in Greece’s mainstream politics and media

GREEK HELSINKI MONITOR (GHM)
Address: P.O. Box 60820, GR-15304 Glyka Nera
Telephone: (+30) 2103472259 Fax: (+30) 2106018760
e-mail: panayotedimitras@gmail.com website: https://greekhelsinki.wordpress.com



Racist discourse in Greece
s mainstream politics and media

third european tolerance forum

Panayote Dimitras

Co-manager of Greek Helsinki Monitor’s «Racist Crimes Watch» project

22 October 2018

In 2015-2016, three intergovernmental expert bodies dealing inter alia with racism, recommended to Greece:

In its 2015 report on Greece, the Council of Europe’s European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) stated that its delegation was informed by various interlocutors that the widespread problem of hate speech had increased substantially since 2009, in particular in the context of the rise of Golden Dawn. These views were confirmed by a review of media, internet blogs and political discourse. Hate speech is mainly directed against migrants, Muslims and Roma, but also against Jews and LGBT persons…

Antisemitic stereotypes are not limited to far-right political parties, but have permeated large parts of society as well as some parts of the Greek Orthodox Church.”

ECRI insisted on two Minister of Public Order Nikos Dendias racist statements. First, in August 2012, he “stated that because of irregular migration “…the country perishes. Ever since the Dorians’ invasion 4,000 years ago, never before has the country been subjected to an invasion of these dimensions…this is a bomb on the foundations of the society and the state”… The term “bomb” was also used publicly in July 2012 by the same minister when referring to the centre of Athens, where many irregular migrants and asylum seekers often rent and live in overcrowded apartments characterised by substandard living conditions, often deprived of access to public social welfare services. It is noteworthy that two days later Golden Dawn referred to the minister’s statement as a “vindication of (its own) positions”. ECRI added that “There are other examples of dangerous comments, including that made in January 2014 by Sofia Voultepsi, member of Parliament for conservative/centre-right Nea Dimokratia. During a live television broadcast she called refugees “unarmed invaders, weapons in the hands of the Turks”. As a matter of fact, she was referring to the Farmakonisi shipwreck, which had resulted in the drowning of nine children and three women during a controversial Greek Coastguard operation to intercept irregular migrants.”

Moreover, ECRI added that Roma are not only victims of day-to-day insults by members of the general public, but also subject to negative stereotyping in political discourse. In October 2013, during a police raid on the Roma settlement in Farsala, a blond girl was taken from the couple who had raised her, because of the perceived lack of physical resemblance with them. Police suspected that the girl had been abducted – which turned out to be untrue – and the Minister of Public Order and Citizen Protection [Nikos Dendias], addressing police officers on this case, congratulated them for “dissolving ghettos of lawlessness where abduction of children occurred”.

ECRI also mentioned that it “has been informed by LGBT groups that homo- and transphobic hate speech, verbal harassment and inappropriate comments are common amongst the general public, resulting in LGBT persons feeling constantly discriminated against and excluded in day-to-day life” and cited statements by Golden Dawn members but also Bishops.

Finally, ECRI reported that “The anti-terrorism discourse in the media also often targets immigrants and refugees, as well as the Muslim community in general. Islamophobia has dramatically increased since the far-right press began to link Islam to terrorism.”

ECRI’s conclusion was that “The … acceptance of hate speech creates a general climate in Greek society that facilitates the increasing willingness to commit or tolerate acts of violence against [vulnerable] groups. Such statements encourage further popular hate speech…Hate speech is widespread in the media and on the Internet; it goes largely unchecked and unpunished.” ECRI recommended that Law 927/1979 is always applied to cases of hate speech in the media.

In its 2015 report on Greece, the UN Human Rights Committee (HRCttee) provided a condensed yet succinct reference to this issue, calling too for the prosecution of the perpetrators of hate speech and of other hate crimes:

Racism and xenophobia

  1. While acknowledging efforts made by the State party to combat hate crimes, the Committee is concerned that the new Law 4285/2014 and the provisions introduced in the Penal Code may hinder investigations and prosecutions of racist hate crimes involving public insults and defamation against groups. The Committee is also concerned about continued reports of racist attacks and hate speech against migrants, refugees and Roma. The Committee notes with concern that cases of racism are underreported allegedly due to lack of trust in the authorities and the absence of an effective complaints mechanism. The Committee regrets that sanctions imposed are insufficient to discourage and prevent discrimination.
  2. The State party should review its legislation with a view to ensuring that all advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred is prohibited by law, and that all cases of racially motivated violence are systematically investigated, that the perpetrators are prosecuted and punished, and that appropriate compensation is awarded to the victims. The State party should take effective measures to improve the reporting of hate crimes. Furthermore, the State party should strengthen its efforts to eradicate stereotypes and discrimination against migrants, refugees and Roma, inter alia, by conducting public awareness campaigns to promote tolerance and respect for diversity.

In its 2016 report on Greece, the UN Committee for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) gave an extensive review of the existing anti-racism legislation, arguing that its 2014 amendment that removed the old criminalization of hate speech provision makes it incompatible with the UN Anti-Racism Convention. It also called for the prosecution of all perpetrators of hate speech, including politicians and media:

Anti-racism legal framework

  1. While noting with appreciation the positive aspects incorporated in the new anti-racism law No. 4285/2014, the Committee remains concerned that the new law is not fully compliant with the requirements of article 4 of the Convention, particularly as it does not criminalise the dissemination of ideas based on racial superiority and does not provide for a procedure to declare illegal, and prohibit, racist organizations. The Committee is also concerned at the persistence of the Golden Dawn political party in the State party, to which the delegation referred in its opening statement as the most prominent racist organization, inspired directly by neo-Nazi ideas (art. 4).
  2. Recalling its general recommendations No. 7 (1985) and No. 15 (1993) relating to the implementation of article 4 of the Convention, the Committee recommends the State party to bring its anti-racism legal framework in full compliance with the requirements of article 4 of the Convention, and ensure its strict application. The State party should among others, declare illegal, and prohibit, organizations which promote and incite racial discrimination, such as the Golden Dawn political party, as previously recommended by the Special Rapporteur on contemporary forms of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, as well as by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights.

Racist hate speech and hate crimes

  1. The Committee is concerned about the increase in hate speech since 2009 coinciding with the rise of the Golden Dawn party, essentially targeting migrants, Roma, Jews and Muslims, including through the media, on the internet and social media platforms. The Committee is also concerned at the increase of racist and xenophobic attacks, particularly against asylum seekers and refugees, which is exacerbated by the economic crisis in the State party. Furthermore, the Committee is concerned at the low reporting rate of such crimes, despite some awareness raising measures taken to that end (arts. 2 and 4).
  2. The Committee urges the State party to effectively prevent, combat and punish racist hate speech and hate crimes. Recalling its general recommendations No. 35 (2013) on combating racist hate speech, and No. 31 (2005) on the prevention of racial discrimination in the administration and functioning of the criminal justice system, the Committee recommends that the State party:

(a) Take appropriate measures to prosecute individuals, including politicians, for the acts prescribed by article 4, and provide information in its next report about police investigations, criminal proceedings, and sentences, including those related to the Golden Dawn political party and its members. The Committee wishes to underline that the fundamental right of freedom of expression should not undermine the principles of dignity, tolerance, equality and non-discrimination as the exercise of the right to freedom of expression carries with it special responsibilities, among which is the obligation not to disseminate ideas on racial superiority or hatred;

(b) Strengthen the training on identifying, registering, preventing and combating hate crimes, hate speech and bias motivation, targeting the judiciary, police, prosecutors, and the labour inspectorate, and improve coordination between these institutions;

(c) Ensure that the media do not stigmatize, stereotype or negatively target non-citizens and ethnic minorities, and to this end, ensure the implementation and reinforcement of the mandate of the National Radio and Television Council which supervises and regulates the media with a view to prohibiting the broadcast of racist, xenophobic or intolerant statements, and that appropriate sanctions are handed down in such events;

(d) Undertake intensive country wide campaigns in collaboration with national human rights institutions and civil society actors aimed at promoting tolerance and denouncing racist attitudes, and sensitize the public on the legal prohibition of racial discrimination and on the available channels to lodge complaints, and facilitate victims’ access to justice including by strengthening legal aid system;

(e) Adopt concrete measures, in consultation with affected groups, to increase reporting of racist hate crimes by ensuring that the reporting mechanism is transparent and accessible, and finding ways for victims to have more trust in the police and the justice system;

(f) Improve data collection system for statistics on complaints of hate crimes, and provide detailed information in its next periodic report on such complaints and their results, including those collected by the Observatory for the Prevention of School Violence and Bullying, as well as disaggregated data on residence permits for humanitarian reasons granted to third-country nationals who are victims or witnesses of racist crimes;

(g) Expedite the adoption of the draft Anti-Racism Action Plan and provide it with resources, measurable indicators, and a time line framework, necessary for its effective implementation.

Greek Helsinki Monitor (GHM) was particularly pleased with the reports by ECRI, HRCttee and CERD as it was probably the only NGO that raised the issue of extensive unpunished hate speech in Greece, as well as the inappropriate amendment of the anti-racism law that removed the criminalization of hate speech (the old Article 2 of Law 927/79).

Following the first two reports (by ECRI and UN HRCttee), GHM launched in late 2015 the Racist Crimes Watch where racist crimes (profiling, speech, desecrations and vandalisms, discrimination and violence) are recorded and then referred to the Athens Prosecutor for Racist Crimes, who has to date opened some 300 criminal investigations, several of which have been referred to the prosecutors in other cities where the reported alleged crimes had occurred. We will list here some cases that do not involve extreme right media or politicians, nor bishops and other clergy.

New Democracy’s Vice-President Adonis Georgiadis reproduced on 22 March 2016 fake news that in Northern Greece some Muslims had removed the icon of Holy Mary and stopped ringing the bells so as not to upset Muslims calling for no tolerance to them. He never retracted even after the local Bishop and Mayor denied that such things had happened.

Aspropyrgos [Greater Athens] Mayor Nikos Meletiou published on 26 March 2016 one of his regular anti-Roma statements (calling them “gypos”) and bragged that he had stopped services offered to them. He was referred to trial for racist insult –without nay prosecution witnesses!- and was acquitted on 29 June 2018.

Deputy Regional Governor for Chios Island Stamatis Karmantzis, on 13 April 2016 said that “the only good Turk is the dead Turk.”

Grevena [Northern Greece] City Council decided on 23 May 2016 to refuse the creation of a reception facility for refugees.

Minister of Education Professor Theodosis Pelegrinis alleged in Parliament on 16 June 2016 what is known to be fake news, that is that Roma parents remove their children from schools once they receive the allowance for attendance, whereas it is known that the allowance is given at the end of the school year and only if there is satisfactory attendance.

Rhodes Island Mayor Foris Hadjidiakos on 22 July 2016 said that Roma have become the “curse of the island.”

Oraiokastro Mayor Asterios Gavotsis on 2 September 2016 refused access of refugee children to public schools. He was subsequently convicted to a suspended eight-month sentence on 26 March 2018. A second trial against him, a deputy Mayor and a Parents Association leader is scheduled for 10 January 2019.

Minister of Education Professor Theodosis Pelegrinis said in Parliament on 15 September 2016 that “with patience and perseverance, Jews secured the appropriation of the Holocaust so that they can claim their vindication” that was denounced as anti-Semitic by the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece.

Journalist Dimos Verykios on Alpha TV said on 12 January 2017 that “the Jewish lobby is powerful, very powerful in America and not only! Everywhere behind the great deals you will find a Jew as well! Or a Free Mason!” that was also denounced as anti-Semitic by the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece. The first Prosecutor for Racist Crimes found it admissible and opened a court file, but her successor ruled that this was the journalist’s opinion and it was factually correct; hence she archived the complaint.

During Easter 2017, GHM recorded and submitted to the Prosecutor for Racist Crimes 69 cases around Greece where one of the worse anti-Semitic traditions, condemned both by the official Church of Greece and the Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece, the “burning of Judas” usually in front of churches and with the participation of local authorities, was celebrated. A year earlier, the official state Athens News Agency and the official state National Tourist Organization had promoted the “burning of Judas” as a positive tradition.

We will conclude with the most meaningful mainstreaming of Islamophobia. In the European Islamophobia Report (2015) it is written:

After the November attack in Paris a well-known author [Soti Triantafyllou] who has spoken against Islam and the multicultural model before, wrote a brief article in the newspaper Athens Voice attacking Islam. In this article she argued that Islam is not a religion like every other, that its nature is warlike and envious and that it is a political programme and an ideology of barbarisation. Furthermore, she argued that moderate Muslims are very rare if any and she added that she agrees with a saying of Marco Polo, that a fanatic Muslim is the one who cuts your head, while a moderate one holds your head for it to be cut. In her view, Islam is monolithic and has remained the same since the Middle Ages and the West should react against this threat. She expressed similar views in her interview in a mainstream newspaper, Kathimerini, about two weeks later, supporting the argument that violence is an endogenous problem of Islam and that it is Muslims’ fault that they were unable to be incorporated in Western societies.

Another well-known columnist in the same newspaper, Kathimerini, Takis Theodoropoulos, argued that despite the fact that Islam should not be completely identified with terrorism it is clear that it is closely related with terrorism, arguing that the answer to the question of why young Muslims are becoming violent is not an issue of inequalities but of the religion of Islam and of the imams and their preaching. He additionally argued that not all cultures and civilisations are able to evolve and surpass these fundamentalist trends that exist in every religion, implying that Islam belongs to this category. He wondered where these peaceful Muslims everyone mentions are and why they are not reacting.

In the European Islamophobia Report (2017) it is written:

With regard to the justice system there were no particular events or developments that could be considered as Islamophobic. What could be mentioned, though, is that during 2017 the trial of a well-known author [Soti Triantafyllou] who wrote an Islamophobic text after the attacks of November 2015 in Paris16 was to take place on July 21, but it was postponed for 2018. She is going to be on trial for violating the anti-racist law (n.4285/2014) and certain articles of the penal code and more particularly for pubic incitement of violence and hatred. It should be noted that the author was supported by other authors and journalists arguing either that her prosecution was in violation of her right of freedom of speech or that she said nothing wrong because Islam is indeed a problem and is not a moderate religion…

Similar articles, however, were published in moderate right-wing newspapers like Kathimerini where one can find articles by Takis Theodoropoulos who in the last years regularly writes about the so-called clash of civilizations, the violent character of Islam or the invention of Islamophobia.23 What needs to be underlined is that in most of these cases and despite the validity or the novelty of the information a kind of moral panic is constructed through attractive headlines and photos on front pages trying to disseminate a fear about Islam and Muslims…

In this section two additional players in the field are mentioned. The first is a neo-liberal former minister of the conservative party Nea Dimocratia, Andreas Andrianopoulos, who teaches at the American College of Greece (Deree) and is the director of the Institute of Diplomacy and International Developments at the same college. Through speeches, articles, books, his website and mainly his Twitter account, he continuously (re-)produces Islamophobic messages talking about “Islamic beasts” after terrorist attacks, about the threat of the thousands of immigrants coming to Greece, and, on the whole, implying that there is a cultural chasm between Islam and the West and that those who are friendly and open to Muslims will pay the price in the future.

Soti Triantafyllou was acquitted on 2 May 2018 with the prosecutor who recommended the acquittal arguing that “these views expressed by the defendant express the views that were in everyone’s mind after the attack on Bataclan. If you were listening to me and my friends during these days, we were saying exactly that.” There were no witnesses for the prosecution, but only two very well-known (supposedly anti-racism) activists as defense witnesses who, as was reported in the media and never denied, testified that the defendant’s text was not Islamophobic but “a cry in the name of anti-racist violence.”

Conclusion

Soti Triantafyllou was thus acquitted because her racist Islamophobic views are mainstream and shared by the majority of people, politicians, journalists and, most importantly, prosecutors and judges.

Aspropyrgos Mayor Nikos Meletiou was acquitted a few months later because his racist anti-Roma views are mainstream and shared by the majority of people, politicians, journalists and, most importantly, prosecutors and judges.

Journalist Dimos Verykios was not even referred to trial earlier that year because his racist anti-Semitic views are mainstream and shared by the majority of people, politicians, journalists and, most importantly, prosecutors and judges.

Notorious neo-Nazi author and politician Kostas Plevris had been acquitted by a majority of Supreme Court judges on 15 April 2010 of charges of anti-Semitism because the majority held that he is a scholar and historian [sic] who did not offend with his book “Jews: the Whole Truth” the Jews but merely the “Jews-Zionists” who are not an ethnic group protected by the anti-racism law. Once again, Plevris’ racist anti-Semitic views were mainstream and shared by the majority of people, politicians, journalists and, most importantly, prosecutors and judges all the way to the Supreme Court.

14/09/2018: Μηνυτήρια αναφορά για ρατσιστικές, αναπηροφοβικές δηλώσεις Λ. Γρηγοράκου

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Η δεύτερη δήλωση του Λεωνίδα Γρηγοροάκου στο Real FM όπως δημοσιεύθηκε στο Newsbomb στις 22 Αυγούστου 2018:

Μιλώντας την Τρίτη (22/08/2018) στον Real FM, ο κ. Γρηγοράκος είχε πει απευθυνόμενος στο πρόσωπο του κ. Κουρουμπλή: «Είναι κανονική η χώρα αυτή τώρα που έχει την αριστεία πεταμένη στα σκουπίδια; Πώς τη βλέπετε δηλαδή; Δηλαδή είναι μια χώρα που μπορεί να προχωρήσει μπροστά; Δηλαδή, βάζει έναν υπουργό, ο οποίος έχει συγκεκριμένο πρόβλημα υγείας και επιθεωρεί τον Σαρωνικό κόλπο;».

27/08/2018: Μηνυτήρια αναφορά 47 ρατσιστικών εγκλημάτων Απριλίου – Ιουλίου 2017

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Κυρία Εισαγγελέα

Υποβάλλουμε σήμερα τη δωδέκατη αναφορά μας για αδικήματα με άμεσο ή έμμεσο ρατσιστικό χαρακτήρα, για τα οποία κάναμε αναρτήσεις στο Παρατηρητήριο Ρατσιστικών Εγκλημάτων αιτούμενοι το σχηματισμό δικογραφιών για τα αναφερόμενα φερόμενα αδικήματα.


Παρακαλούμε να ληφθούν υπόψη οι επιβαρυντικές συνθήκες των άρθρων 2.2 (αν οι φερόμενοι/ες δράστες/στριες είναι δημόσιοι λειτουργοί όπως Μητροπολίτες, αστυνομικοί, βουλευτές/υπουργοί, δήμαρχοι, κτλ) και 4 (αν οι φερόμενοι δράστες αποτελούν νομικά πρόσωπα ή ενώσεις προσώπων όπως Πολιτικά Κόμματα, Δήμαρχοι/Δημοτικά Συμβούλια, Σύλλογοι Γονέων,
MKO, κτλ) του Ν. 927/79. Επίσης η Γνωμοδότηση της Εισαγγελίας Αρείου Πάγου 9/2009 (που επαναλήφθηκε με τη Γνωμοδότηση με αριθμό 12/2009) με θέμα «Το διαδίκτυο (INTERNET) δεν υπάγεται στο απόρρητο των τηλεπικοινωνιών που προβλέπει το Σύνταγμα» (http://www.eisap.gr/?q=node/111) καταλήγει ως εξής:

ΣΤ. Απ’ όλα τα μέχρι τούδε εκτεθέντα συνάγονται αβιάστως τα ακόλουθα:

1.Το απόρρητο των επικοινωνιών δεν καλύπτει: α) την επικοινωνία μέσω του διαδικτύου (Internet) και β) τα εξωτερικά στοιχεία της επικοινωνίας (ονοματεπώνυμα και λοιπά στοιχεία συνδρομητών, αριθμοί τηλεφώνων, χρόνος και τόπος κλήσεως, διάρκεια συνδιάλεξης κ.λπ.)

2. Οι εισαγγελικές, ανακριτικές και προανακριτικές Αρχές, πολύ δε περισσότερο τα Δικαστικά Συμβούλια και τα Δικαστήρια, δικαιούνται να ζητούν από τους παρόχους των υπηρεσιών Επικοινωνίας, μέσω του διαδικτύου (Internet) τα ηλεκτρονικά ίχνη μιας εγκληματικής πράξεως, την ημεροχρονολογία και τα στοιχεία του προσώπου στο οποίο αντιστοιχεί το ηλεκτρονικό ίχνος, από τους λοιπούς δε παρόχους των υπηρεσιών επικοινωνίας τα «εξωτερικά στοιχεία» της επικοινωνίας και ο πάροχος υποχρεούται να τα παραδίδει χωρίς να είναι αναγκαίο να προηγηθεί άδεια κάποιας Αρχής και ιδία της Αρχής Διασφάλισης του Απορρήτου των Επικοινωνιών.

  1. Η Αρχή Διασφάλισης του Απορρήτου των Επικοινωνιών αλλά και οποιαδήποτε άλλη Ανεξάρτητη Αρχή ούτε νομιμοποιείται ούτε δικαιούται να ελέγξει με οποιονδήποτε τρόπο, αμέσως ή εμμέσως, το εάν η περί άρσεως ή μη του απορρήτου απόφαση των οργάνων της Δικαιοσύνης είναι σύννομη ή όχι. Αυτό κρίνεται από τα ίδια τα όργανα της Δικαιοσύνης. Ούτε όμως περαιτέρω η ρηθείσα Αρχή μπορεί να ελέγξει τους παρόχους υπηρεσιών επικοινωνίας για τη, σε κάθε περίπτωση, συμμόρφωσή τους προς τις αποφάσεις των οργάνων της Δικαιοσύνης. Εάν πράξει τούτο ενεργεί καθ’ υπέρβαση της δικαιοδοσίας της.

Ο Εισαγγελέας του Αρείου Πάγου,

Γεώργιος Σανιδάς

Για κάθε υπόθεση, στον τίτλο αναφέρεται ο υπερσύνδεσμος του ιστολογίου Παρατηρητήριο Ρατσιστικών Εγκλημάτων όπου καταγράφονται όλες οι σχετικές υποθέσεις.

Στην αναλυτική μηνυτήρια αναφορά [εδώ: letter to eisagelea protodikon gia ypotheseis ratsismou 27-8-2018] περιλαμβάνονται οι ακόλουθες υποθέσεις με τις αντίστοιχες υπερ-συνδέσεις στο Παρατηρητήριο Ρατσιστικών Εγκλημάτων:

  1. 18/04/2017: Αντιτσιγγανική ρητορική μίσους του Χρυσαυγίτη Χρήστου Παππά
  2. 20/04/2017: Ακραίες ξενοφοβικές αντιδράσεις στη Χίο για ιατρείο για μετανάστες, από “κατοίκους” με επικεφαλή ιερέα και από ΔημοτικόΣυμβούλιο
  3. 27/04/2017: Ρατσιστική αστυνομική επιδρομή κατά των Ρομά Περαίας (Θεσσαλονίκης)
  4. 01/05/2017: Ξυλοδαρμός 17χρονου από το Μπαχρέιν από πορτιέρηδες στοΓκάζι [Αθήνα – λίγες ημέρες πριν τη 1/5/2017]
  5. 02 έως 04/05/2017: Περισσότερες από 14 βίαιες επιθέσεις σε πρόσφυγες στηΛέρο
  6. 09/05/2017: Απειλή σε μετανάστες από ένοπλους, για χρωστούμενα ενοίκια, με προτροπή της σπιτονοικοκυράς, στην οδό ΠέτρουΡάλλη [Αθήνα]
  7.  11/05/2017: Άγρια ομοερωτοφοβική επίθεση στο ΗράκλειοΚρήτης
  8. 13/05/2017: Επιτυχημένη ρατσιστική παρεμπόδιση εγκατάστασης προσφύγων σε διαμερίσματα σταΓιαννιτσά
  9. 13/05/2017: Ισλαμοφοβικό και συκοφαντικό tweet του ΑνδρέαΑνδριανόπουλου
  10. 14/05/2017: Άγριες ρατσιστικές επιθέσεις με πέτρες και απειλές σε μετανάστες στα σπίτια τους στονΑσπρόπυργο
  11. 15/05/2017: Ατιμώρητος έμμεσος ομοερωτοφοβικός λόγος Ηλία Κασιδιάρη μετά από επίθεση κατά τουΔένδια
  12. 21/05/2017: Αντισημιτική συγκέντρωση ενάντια και στην ανέγερση τζαμιού από χριστιανούς φονταμενταλιστές
  13. 27/05/2017: Ομοερωτοφοβία μέλους ΠΕ τηςΝΔ 
  1. 31/05/2017: Ομοερωτοφοβική και τρανσφοβική ημερίδα στηνΤρίπολη
  2. 03/06/2017: Άγρια ρατσιστική επίθεση με τσάπα εις βάρος 24χρονου από το Μπανγκλαντές, στη ΛάππαΑχαΐας
  3. 04/06/2017: Ισλαμοφοβικό post στο facebook από στέλεχος της καμπάνιας “Παραιτηθείτε”
  4. 15/06/2017: Αντιπροσφυγική διαδήλωση στη Χίο 

 

  1. 16 και 17/06/2017: Ρατσιστική αναδημοσίευση ψευδούς είδησης για “πρόσφυγες που απαιτούν από τις Ελληνίδες να είναισεμνές” με τεκμηριωμένη διάψευση

 

  1. 19 ως 26/06/2017: Αντιτσιγγάνικο άρθρο σε πολλάιστολόγια
  2. 20/06/2017: Καταγγελία ρατσιστικών τραμπουκισμών κατά Ρομά, μεταναστών και τοξικοεξαρτημένων σε λεωφορεία προςΜενίδι
  3. 22/06/2017: Απαγγελία ύμνου ναζιστικής Γερμανίας από βουλευτή της ΧΑ στονΑσπρόπυργο
  4. 23/06/2017: Καταγγελία επίθεσης με μολότωφ σε κατάστημα μεταναστών σταΠατήσια
  5. 25 και 26/06/2017: Χρυσαυγίτισσα λιμενικός σε τρανσφοβικά και ομοερωτοφοβικά posts και σχόλια στοfacebook
  6. 28/06/2017: Η Νέα Χρυσή Αυγή Εκκολάπτεται στοΜενίδι
  7. 28/06/2017: Αντιτσιγγανική συγκέντρωση στο Α.Τ. Κορωπίου με συμμετοχή Δημάρχου και συνδικαλιστή αστυνομικού (και εγκωμιαστικάάρθρα)
  8. 28/06/2017: Αντιτσιγγανισμός του τομεάρχη Εσωτερικών της ΝΔ, Μάκη Βορίδη, σε κοινοβουλευτικήερώτηση
  9. 29/06/2017: Μαχαίρωμα του Μωχάμεντ Αβζέλ από φασίστες στοΜενίδι

 

  1. 02 και 07/07/2017: Ακραίες ομοερωτοφοβικές αντιδράσεις αστυνομικών σε δηλώσεις ανοιχτά gay συναδέλφουτους

 

  1. 07/07/2017: Ρατσιστική δολοφονία του 22χρονου Αφροαμερικάνου Bakari Henderson στηΖάκυνθο

30. 07/07/2017: Βανδαλισμός Μνημείου Ολοκαυτώματος Αθήνας με τη φράση “Γεια, με λένε Θάνατο”…

 

  1. 07/07/2017: Διάκριση κατά ατόμων με αναπηρία από τηνAegean

 

  1. 08/07/2017: Τυπική αντισημιτική συνωμοσιολογία σε ομάδες τουFacebook
  2. 09/07/2017:Ρατσιστικός τραμπουκισμός πρόσφυγα από τον ΑντιδήμαρχοΛέσβου
  3. 10/07/2017: Απειλητικά και ρατσιστικά σχολιά σε Facebook posts για τους πρόσφυγες στηΛέσβο
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  4. 11/07/2017: Αντιτσιγγανικό άρθρο στοΒήμα για «εγκληματικότητα των Ρομά»
  5. 13/07/2017: Καταγγελία περιστατικών ρατσιστικής βίας από “κατοίκους” και αστυνομικούς καθώς και διακρίσεων σε πλαζ στη Λέσβο κατάπροσφύγων

 

  1. 16/07/2017: Επίθεση με μαχαίρι κατά 19χρονου Αφγανού έξω από το camp του Σχιστού από τάγμαεφόδου
  2. 17 και 20/07/2017: Ομοερωτοφοβικό παραλήρημα από γιατρό στοfacebook
  3. 21/07/2017: Ομοερωτοφοβική επίθεση στην Πάρο για ένα ζευγάρι κάλτσες και αδιαφορία τηςΕΛ.ΑΣ.
  4. 23/07/2017: Καταγγελία ξυλοδαρμού μετανάστη από το Πακιστάν, από φασιστοειδή στοΜενίδι

 

  1. 24/07/2017: Ρατσιστική βία και κακομεταχείριση νεαρών αιτούντων άσυλο από τη Γουινέα, από αστυνομικούς στηνΟμόνοια
  2. 27/07/2017: Ρατσισμός Συνδέσμου Ιδιωτικών Σχολείων σε βάροςΑμεΑ

 

  1. 28/07/2017: Οδηγός κατεβάζει πρόσφυγα με το μωρό της από λεωφορείο στοΡέντη
  2. 29/07/2017: Βίαιη ρατσιστική επίθεση σε μικροπωλητές από το Μπανγκλαντές στη Ρόδο με δράστεςεφήβους

 

  1. 29/07/2017: Καταστροφές σε οικίσκους της Ύπατης Αρμοστείας του ΟΗΕ για τους Πρόσφυγες στιςΟινούσσες

 

  1. 30/07/2017 (περίπου): Πέταγμα νερών πάνω σε μικρή Ρομνί μέσα από εκκλησία στηνΚοζάνη
  2. 31/07/2017: Άγρια ρατσιστική επίθεση εργοδότη σε Αιγύπτιους εργάτες γης που ζήτησαν το μισθό τους, στη ΓαστούνηΗλείας

 


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EU’s Fundamental Rights Agency biased reporting on Greece excludes UN recommendations and GHM work on hate crimes

In the recently published work on hate crime recording in EU countries, in the chapter on Greece appended below, the EU’s official Fundamental Rights Agency makes once again no reference to the work of Greek Helsinki Monitor (GHM). According to FRA, the only civil society work on recording hate crimes in Greece is done by the Racist Violence Recording Network (RVRN). GHM‘s Racist Crimes Watch where racist crimes are recorded in a transparent and documented way is non-existent according to FRA. These crimes are subsequently reported to the Hate Crimes Prosecutor who, with one exception, found them admissible and opened criminal investigation briefs for each case. More than 250 such briefs have been opened from 2016 to date (which is more than 80% of the Prosecutor’s total number of case briefs). All that is non-existent either for FRA.

This omission is consistent with choices by the Ministry of Justice and other Greek Government agencies, to exclude GHM from combating hate crime and other similar activities, perhaps unhappy with the fact that GHM is the only civil society actor that is consistently reporting on Greece to all UN and Council of Europe human rights and anti-racism bodies, including on topics that all Greek Governments consider as taboos, i.e. ethnic minorities. Most recently, in June 2018  OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights (ODIHR) decided to “support inter-agency co-operation on addressing hate crime in Greece” that included a “a national, inter-agency protocol on activities and policies to be implemented by relevant authorities and civil society to address hate crime” signed by the Racist Violence Recording Network (RVRN) but not by GHM, which was deliberately excluded (see here and here).

Moreover, FRA‘s report is also claiming that there are no Observations and Recommendations by the UN with regard to recording and collecting data on hate crimes, between 2013 and 2017. This is false, as both the the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination  (CERD) and the UN Human Rights Committee (HRCttee) made in 2016 and 2015 respectively the following damning observations and recommendations, on the basis of well-documented critical reporting to them by GHM (but not by the RVRN).

In August 2016, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination  (CERD) made a lengthy series of recommendations to Greece:

Anti-racism legal framework

12. While noting with appreciation the positive aspects incorporated in the new anti- racism law No. 4285/2014, the Committee remains concerned that the new law is not fully compliant with the requirements of article 4 of the Convention, particularly as it does not criminalise the dissemination of ideas based on racial superiority and does not provide for a procedure to declare illegal, and prohibit, racist organizations. The Committee is also concerned at the persistence of the Golden Dawn political party in the State party, to which the delegation referred in its opening statement as the most prominent racist organization, inspired directly by neo-Nazi ideas (ar 4).

13. Recalling its general recommendations No. 7 (1985) and No. 15 (1993) relating to the implementation of article 4 of the Convention, the Committee recommends the State party to  bring its anti-racism legal framework in  full compliance with the requirements of article 4 of the Convention, and ensure its strict application. The State party should among others, declare illegal, and prohibit, organizations which promote and incite racial discrimination, such as the Golden Dawn political party, as previously  recommended  by  the  Special Rapporteur  on  contemporary  forms  of racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance, as well as by the Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights.

Implementation of anti-discrimination provisions

14. The Committee welcomes the information provided on the increased application of the anti-racist legislation in the State party by law enforcement authorities and in courts. It, however, remains concerned at the still low invocation and application of anti-racism legal provisions as well as the low rate of convictions in courts (ar 2).

15. The Committee recommends that  the  State party intensify its  measures to strengthen the application of anti-racism provisions. To this end, the State party should:

(a) Increase the human, financial and technical resources allocated to law enforcement authorities entrusted with investigating hate and racial crimes, namely the special prosecutors and special police units and ensure these bodies’ outreach throughout the country;

(b) Undertake  awareness-raising  measures,  including  regular  mandatory pre-service and in-service training, especially among the police, prosecutors, judiciary and lawyers, on the legal framework governing anti-discrimination as well as on the investigation of complaints of hate crimes.

Racist hate speech and hate crimes

16. The Committee is concerned about the increase in hate speech since 2009 coinciding with the rise of the Golden Dawn party, essentially targeting migrants, Roma, Jews and Muslims, including through the media, on the internet and social media platforms. The Committee is also concerned at the increase of racist and xenophobic attacks, particularly against asylum seekers and refugees, which is exacerbated by the economic crisis in the State party. Furthermore, the Committee is concerned at the low reporting rate of such crimes, despite some awareness raising measures taken to that end (arts. 2 and 4).

17. The Committee urges the State party to effectively prevent, combat and punish racist hate speech and hate crimes. Recalling its general recommendations No. 35 (2013) on combating racist hate speech, and No. 31 (2005) on the prevention of racial discrimination in the administration and functioning of the criminal justice system, the Committee recommends that the State party:

(a) Take   appropriate   measures   to   prosecute   individuals,   including politicians, for the acts prescribed by article 4, and provide information in its next report  about  police  investigations, criminal  proceedings,  and  sentences, including those related to the Golden Dawn political party and its members. The Committee wishes to underline that the fundamental right of freedom of expression should not undermine the principles of dignity, tolerance, equality and non-discrimination as the exercise of the right to freedom of expression carries with it special responsibilities, among which is the obligation not to disseminate ideas on racial superiority or hatred;

(b) Strengthen the training on identifying, registering, preventing and combating hate crimes, hate speech  and  bias  motivation, targeting the  judiciary, police, prosecutors, and the labour inspectorate, and improve coordination between these institutions;

(c)  Ensure that the media do not stigmatize, stereotype or negatively target non-citizens and ethnic minorities, and to this end, ensure the implementation and reinforcement of the mandate of the National Radio and Television Council which supervises and regulates the media with a view to prohibiting the broadcast of racist, xenophobic or intolerant statements, and that appropriate sanctions are handed down in such events;

(d) Undertake  intensive  country  wide  campaigns  in  collaboration  with national human rights institutions and civil society actors aimed at promoting tolerance and denouncing racist attitudes, and sensitize the public on the legal prohibition of racial discrimination and on the available channels to lodge complaints, and facilitate victims’ access to justice including by strengthening legal aid system;

(e) Adopt  concrete  measures,  in  consultation  with  affected  groups,  to increase reporting of racist hate crimes by ensuring that the reporting mechanism is transparent and accessible, and finding ways for victims to have more trust in the police and the justice system;

(f) Improve  data  collection  system  for  statistics  on  complaints  of  hate crimes,  and  provide  detailed  information  in  its  next  periodic  report  on such complaints and their results, including those collected by the Observatory for the Prevention  of  School  Violence  and  Bullying,  as  well as disaggregated  data  on residence permits for humanitarian reasons granted to third-country nationals who are victims or witnesses of racist crimes;

(g) Expedite the adoption of the draft Anti-Racism Action Plan and provide it with resources, measurable indicators, and a time line framework, necessary for its effective implementation.

Previously, in November 2015, the UN Human Rights Committee (HRCttee) also made a damning observation and recommendation to Greece:

Racism and xenophobia

  1. While acknowledging efforts made by the State party to combat hate crimes, the Committee is concerned that the new Law 4285/2014 and the provisions introduced in the Penal Code may hinder investigations into and prosecutions of those responsible for racist hate crimes involving public insults and defamation against groups. The Committee is also concerned about continued reports of racist attacks and hate speech against migrants, refugees and Roma. The Committee notes with concern that cases of racism are underreported owing, allegedly, to lack of trust in the authorities and the absence of an effective complaints mechanism. The Committee regrets that sanctions imposed are insufficient to discourage and prevent discrimination (arts. 2, 19-20 and 26).
  2. The State party should review its legislation with a view to ensuring that all advocacy of national, racial or religious hatred is prohibited by law, and that all cases of racially motivated violence are systematically investigated, that perpetrators are prosecuted and punished and that appropriate compensation is awarded to the victims. The State party should take effective measures to improve the reporting of hate crimes and should strengthen its efforts to eradicate stereotyping and discrimination against migrants, refugees and Roma, inter alia, by conducting public awareness campaigns to promote tolerance and respect for diversity.

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source: http://fra.europa.eu/en/publication/2018/hate-crime-recording

02/08/2018: Ρομά – τότε Ολοκαύτωμα, τώρα ρατσισμός

“Επτά δεκαετίες [μετά το Ολοκαύτωμα των Ρομά], οι Σίντι και οι Ρομά εξακολουθούν να αντιμετωπίζουν μίσος, βία, διακρίσεις και ρατσισμό σε καθημερινή βάση. Και πολλοί ακόμα δεν έχουν πρόσβαση σε βασικές ανάγκες όπως η αξιοπρεπής στέγαση, η εκπαίδευση και η υγειονομική περίθαλψη.”

Στο χθεσινό μήνυμά τους για την Ημέρα Μνήμης του Ολοκαυτώματος των Ρομά, ο Πρώτος Αντιπρόεδρος της Ευρωπαϊκής Επιτροπής Frans Timmermans και η Επίτροπος για θέματα δικαιοσύνης και ισότητας φύλων Věra Jourová έκαναν την παραπάνω ρητή αναφορά στον εκτεταμένο ακόμα και σήμερα ρατσισμό σε βάρος των Ρομά. Δεν περιορίστηκαν, αντίθετα με σχεδόν όλους και όλες στην Ελλάδα, πολιτικούς αλλά και ομοσπονδίες Ρομά, σε αναφορές μόνο στο απάνθρωπο έγκλημα των Ναζί.

Το Ελληνικό Παρατηρητήριο των Συμφωνιών του Ελσίνκι (ΕΠΣΕ), που ασχολείται συστηματικά εδώ και δύο δεκαετίες και σχεδόν μόνο αυτό με τα δικαιώματα των Ρομά, υπενθυμίζει τον καθημερινό ρατσισμό σε βάρος των Ρομά στην Ελλάδα του 2018 με μερικά πολύ πρόσφατα συμβάντα:

Το πιο τραγικό ρατσιστικό συμβάν ήταν ο φόνος της 13χρονης Ρομνί Γιαννούλας Καραχάλιου στην Άμφισσα, στις 4 Ιουνίου 2018.

Ανάλογα τραγικό ρατσιστικό συμβάν ήταν και ο βαρύτατος τραυματισμός του 44χρονου Ρομά Κώστα Καλαμιώτη στο Γέρακα, στις 23 Ιουλίου 2018.

01/08/2018: Ρατσιστική αντιτσιγγανική επιστολή της Δημάρχου Σαλαμίνας και “επιχείρηση σκούπα” της ΕΛ.ΑΣ. στις 12/08

Ρατσιστική αντιτσιγγανική επιστολή της Δημάρχου Σαλαμίνας (στα πρότυπα αντίστοιχης επιστολής των Δημάρχων Μυκόνου και Σαντορίνης) προς το Υπουργείο Προστασίας του Πολίτη, αξιωματούχους της ΕΛ.ΑΣ. και του Λιμενικού την 1η Αυγούστου 2018, ακολουθούμενη από ρατσιστική “επιχείρηση σκούπα” της ΕΛ.ΑΣ. στις 12 Αυγούστου:

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η επιστολή σε pdf

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Κυριακή, 12 Αυγούστου 2018

Eπιχείρηση “σκούπα” στη Σαλαμίνα-φώτο

Αστυνομική επιχείρηση μεγάλης κλίμακας πραγματοποιήθηκε σήμερα, από τις επτά το πρωί, σε πολλές περιοχές της Σαλαμίνας, από δυνάμεις της Αστυνομίας, της Τροχαίας, της Ασφάλειας και του Λιμενικού Σώματος, που κατέφθασαν για το σκοπό αυτό στο νησί, ύστερα από τα εντονότατα διαβήματα της Δημάρχου Σαλαμίνας Ισιδώρας Παπαθανασίου – Νάννου προς τους αρμοδίους.

Τις εντονότατες πιέσεις άσκησε η Δήμαρχος προς τις ηγεσίες της Αστυνομίας και του Λιμενικού, αλλά και προς την πολιτική ηγεσία του Υπουργείου, μετά από τα πολλαπλά κρούσματα παραβατικότητας που σημειώθηκαν στη Σαλαμίνα τον τελευταίο καιρό.

Έγιναν έλεγχοι προσώπων, τροχονομικοί έλεγχοι και έρευνες στο Αιάντειο, στα Βασιλικά, στο κέντρο, στο Βουρκάρι, στα Παλούκια και αλλού. Αναλυτική ανακοίνωση για τα αποτελέσματα της εκτεταμένης αστυνομικής επιχείρησης, θα εκδώσει αργότερα σήμερα η Γενική Αστυνομική Διεύθυνση Αττικής.

Η Δήμαρχος τόνισε ότι θα συνεχίζει να πιέζει προς πάσα κατεύθυνση, ώστε η αστυνομική επιχείρηση να γίνεται τακτικά για την αποτροπή των παραβατικών πράξεων στο νησί.

 

31/07/2018: Ακραία ρατσιστική επιστολή Δημάρχων Μυκόνου και Σαντορίνης που στοχοποιεί τις κοινότητες Ρομά

Ακραία ρατσιστική επιστολή Δημάρχων Μυκόνου και Σαντορίνης που στοχοποιεί τις κοινότητες Ρομά των νησιών ως “εγκληματίες”, προς τον Πρωθυπουργό, στις 31 Ιουλίου 2018. Υπενθυμίζεται ότι τον Απρίλιο του 2017 είχε λάβει χώρα ρατσιστική και αντισυνταγματική επιχείρηση απέλασης Ρομά πολιτών από τη Μύκονο, μετά από παρόμοιες “διαμαρτυρίες”.scan_2018_8_2_13_57_47_94319-page-001scan_2018_8_2_13_57_47_94319-page-002scan_2018_8_2_13_57_47_94319-page-003scan_2018_8_2_13_57_47_94319-page-004scan_2018_8_2_13_57_47_94319-page-005scan_2018_8_2_13_57_47_94319-page-006