Two Tunisians were deported for “serious threat” to “public order”

Two Tunisians were deported for “serious threat” to public order on Saturday 31 December to Tunisia after their release from prison, French Interior Minister Bruno Le Roux announced. “The two individuals were released Saturday morning from their detention center,” he said in a statement.
One of the two men had served a “heavy sentence of imprisonment for acts of delinquency under ordinary law”, the other for acts of terrorism, he underlined, without giving any more details about their identity or profile.

Note that many European countries began the first step to deport migrants from North Africa as the German government is focusing on toughening the deportation laws.

The deportation coincides with the debate for the return of Tunisian terrorists from areas of tension.


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