Fight against the exodus: Eritrea wants to compatriots returning tasty. With the capital they should start businesses.
www.tagesanzeiger.ch | Sept 6, 2015
Incentive system should apply for Eritreans who are already in Switzerland or are yet to come: asylum seekers and a security guard in a Zivilschutzanlage in Lumino. (August 20, 2015) Picture: Ti-Press / Gabriele Putzu /
Eritreans make by far the largest asylum group in Switzerland.Toni Locher is Honorary Consul of the State of Eritrea in Switzerland and knows the situation in the African country. In a commentary for the "Made in Switzerland on Sunday" he writes: "Switzerland in 2005 with the judgment of the Commission opened the door Asylum Appeals for young men from Eritrea far. We have the objectors called -. And there are young people come »
That needs to change. "To the Boys in Eritrea a clear signal must be sent that the trip to Switzerland is no longer worth – and that it is worthwhile to return to Eritrea." The new Eritrean migrants are prima in an accelerated procedure of 14 days " facie "(at first glance) received temporary admission.After three weeks, they are to be distributed to the cantons where they can be free from bureaucratic hurdles are looking for work.
Return Bonus bankbook
Punch expects that allows only 15 percent of Eritreans integrate. His proposal: these young people need to open the prospect of returning to Eritrea. Locher argues for an incentive system with the aim to gather return bonus points ("return bonus savings account").
Fights against the exodus: The honorary consul of Eritrea Toni Locher. (Photo: Giorgia Müller)
In the «Switzerland on Sunday" he calculates how to get 15,000 francs together in this way for a new beginning in Eritrea. Locher: "This passbook credit is when returning to Eritrea managed by the future Swiss Embassy in Asmara in collaboration with the Eritrean Development Bank. These are based on the passbook credit loans for the creation of SMEs and start-ups. The bonus incentive system is temporary: It applies to young people who are already here or coming in the next few months in Switzerland ". (HAE)