a little month ago got a fremmedkriger as the first administrative stripped of his Danish passport.
Foreigners, integration, Mattias Tesfaye (S) selected at the end of last month for the first time to use a new and controversial law to deprive fremmedkrigere citizenship administratively.
Now, can the minister look forward to a summons from a 25-year-old fremmedkriger, who has been stripped of his passport.
It informs, the man's lawyer, Mette Grith Stage.
- My client has been deprived of his Danish citizenship by administrative means. It is my opinion that it is an invalid decision.
- firstly, I believe not that he is the subject of the possibilities for this, because there is initiated a criminal case against him. So I believe that it is the track, it should run in, says Mette Grith Stage.
The 25-year-old man, who before the decision was both Danish and Turkish citizen, is already wanted by the Danish police for terrorism. Just like a judge has handed down a period of imprisonment over him.
Persons, who get deprived of their citizenship, has four weeks to appeal against the decision.
the Deadline for Mette Grith Stage the client was to expire on Monday next week, informs she.
She considers that the decision is inconsistent with the basic law, article 3, which deals with the separation of powers, and that it is in conflict with a number of international conventions.
She refers to The European convention on human rights article 6,7 and 8, in which the former is about the right to a fair trial.
a total Of three people with dual nationality have been stripped of it's Danish passport administratively, after the law came into force. Hasteloven was adopted two months ago.
the Citizenship can be withdrawn if the person in question has shown a behavior that is in conflict with Denmark's "vital interests".
in practice, This means that the law provides the opportunity to take the passport and the rights of the danes, for example, there has been in Syria and fought for the militant movement Islamic State (IS).
Tesfaye has previously stated that he looked at a total of four cases relating to deprivation of citizenship.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 19 December 2019, 12:00