A report of the French Senate revealed that the Ministry of the Interior is in the process of negotiating with its Algerian counterpart, to deport arrested Algerian nationals inside administrative detention centers, for reasons related to issues of disturbing public order on French soil, in addition to some nationals who are due to leave French prisons.
The disclosure of these French endeavors came through a report of the French Senate on the status of administrative detention centers for people, and the challenges they face in light of the health crisis imposed by the spread of the new Corona virus.
According to the report, the most nationalities present in the administrative detention centers for persons (designated for the incarceration arrested for various reasons), Algerians come to the fore, in addition to those of the Maghreb, including Tunisians in addition to Albanians, then those hailing from Portugal, without providing details of their actual number.
According to the same document dated July 8, of which “Echorouk” received a copy, because of the closure of airspace between France on the one hand, Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco and several countries, this contingency reduced by a very large percentage the forced evictions, the number between 17 March and 30 April, reached only 96 operations via sea and air.
The same document states that, given the most important nationalities present in administrative detention centers for persons, foremost of which are Algerian nationals, procedures and negotiations have been initiated with Algeria, and several other countries notably Morocco, Tunisia, Albania, and Portugal to accept the return of their nationals held in administrative detention centers, who are responsible for Issues of disturbing public order, in order to be able to deport them to their countries of origin.