1796 Masaki Chole Road
Conceder es Salaam, Tanzania
December 4, 2009
President Jakaya Mlisho Kikwete
Old Bagamoyo Road
L. O field 686
Entregar es Salaam, Tanzania
Special Jakaya Mlisho Kikwete:
My name is Arjun Rajesh Davda; My spouse and i am students at the foreign school of Tanzania. My spouse and i am composing you this kind of letter expressing my profound concern and dismay about the topic refugees in Tanzania. More than thirty five. 000 asylum seekers come from Burundi every year living in the town Mtabila, where there can be an established renardiere camp, a few of these refugees are scared to go back to Burundi in which they fear they will be prosecuted, hence they may be unable to returning.
Repatriation to be honest is not really voluntary in common cases. In 1951 there is a tradition relating to specific aspects of renardiere problems in Africa, from this Tanzania features ratified. I request one to ensure that the refugees whom are unable to go back home to Burundi due to fear of criminal prosecution are able to restore their renardiere status and revel in the privileges they ought to have, including flexibility of movement as well as the right to earn a living in Tanzania. Your authorities and UNHCR continue to inform refugees in Mtabila camp that they must repatriate at the earliest opportunity. An official with the Tanzanian features threatened the refugees that forced repatriation will surely occur if that they don't take action willingly, but once they no longer there are not any options. My spouse and i am pretty sure you are aware that every human being in this world has a directly to live wherever they want, they will aren't doing any harm, they are only trying to make a living for themselves and their family. In addition the Tanzanian government happen to be creating camp conditions, they are trying to persuade the asylum seekers that repatriation is not really entirely non-reflex which I feel is truly a incorrect statement, any individual can choose where you should live given that they have the legal right.
I actually request you to end this issue as soon as possible, and prevent the forced repatriation of thousands of Burundian refugees in Mtabila....