Tsjekkia i Harnisk over Norge

 

eva3 Tsjekkia i Harnisk over Norge

av Marius Reikerås

Jeg må si at jeg skjønner tsjekkerne sitt raseri over Norges arroganse så utmerket godt.

Tsjekkia har en juridisk rett til å få utlevert Eva Michalakova sine sønner fra Norge.

De er tsjekkiske statsborgere, og faller inn under tsjekkisk jurisdisksjon.

Men hva et det Norge svarer med?

Jo, den norske stat ignorerer henvendelser selv fra den tsjekkiske presidenten og fra EU parlamentet.

Den ignorerer Tsjekkias ønske om å få være tilstede under Fylkesnemndas behandling av saken.

Norge tillater, til massive protester fra et samlet Europa, at forvaltningsorganet Fylkesnemnda kan avgjøre tvangsadopsjon!

Vi har altså et system i Norge, som tillater at forvaltningen treffer beslutninger som resten av Europa fordømmer.

Det er knapt til å tro,men fakta er:

Vi er allerde blitt en værsting på flere områder i kategorien «menneskeretter».

Norway strips parental rights from Czech mother

eva-michalakova Norway strips parental rights from Czech mother

 

(Ceska Republika): Norwegian authorities have ruled that Czech national Eva Michaláková will lose parental rights to her two children: the authorities said that her six-year-old son can be adopted by his foster parents and ruled that she would also lose the right to see her older son, who is now ten. Norway’s Child Welfare Services, the Barnevernet, took the boys away from their biological parents four years ago on the suspicion they had suffered sexual abuse and neglect. However, details were never revealed to protect them.

The case of the Michalák boys is of course one that has been closely watched for years in the Czech Republic, and the fact is a number of politicians got involved to see if they couldn’t help. The crux of the problem is that the facts of the case were never fully divulged, to protect the children involved, leaving doubts in the mind of many. Mrs Michaláková, by one step after another, was denied any substantial contact with her sons. Now the younger boy could be adopted by his foster family and she will longer allowed to see the older child.

In the Czech Republic, the news on Tuesday caused nothing less than a political uproar: the Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaorálek, who called the ruling “outrageous”, wasted no time in summoning Norway’s Ambassador to Prague Siri Ellen Sletner. Others, such as Christian Democrat Euro MP Tomáš Zdechovský went so far as to call for the ambassador’s expulsion. The head-of-state Miloš Zeman latched on to the suggestion, calling it a “good idea”. Radio Prague spoke to MEP Petr Mach of the Free Citizens’ Party, who in the past was also involved in the case and had traveled to Norway to meet with authorities, after the news broke.

Petr-Mach Norway strips parental rights from Czech mother
Petr Mach is a Czech economist and Member of the European Parliament. He is the leader of the Free Citizens Party.

“Unfortunately, this decision is in line with others which preceded it by the Child Welfare services in Norway. I am very upset by the development. The fact is that we were promised and repeatedly told by the Norwegian ambassador to Prague that this adoption would not happen.”

There is no question that stripping of a mother’s parental rights has drawn a very strong emotional response. It is not just MEPs who are calling for action, either. The prime minister himself has called an extraordinary meeting of ministers involved with the case. Meanwhile, Mrs Michaláková still has options open to her, albeit dwindling. She has appealed the decision already but MEP Petr Mach suggested, in his view, that the chance of success in Norwegian courts are not great. MEP Petr Mach:

“I understand that the mother is doing everything to get her children back. Definitely she will appeal and if she loses the case in Norway yet again, she will likely take the case to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.”

He added that the government needed to step in and take action to try and have the case transferred to the Czech Republic where the Michalák boys have extended family.

«- Vi er klar over at saken har vakt sterke reaksjoner i Tsjekkia. Vi ser likevel ingen grunn til at avgjørelser som gjelder barnevernssaker skal gå ut over vårt bilaterale forhold til Tsjekkia», sier pressevakt Veslemøy Lothe Salvesen i Utenriksdepartementet til Dagbladet.

At UD uttaler seg på denne måten, viser at den ikke har forstått eller vil forstå alvoret i saken. Faktum er at Norges brudd på menneskerettene så definitivt har gått utover det bilaterale forhold til Tsjekkia og mange andre land, mener Marius Reikerås.

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– Saken har fått mye oppmerksomhet i tsjekkiske medier, sier Norges ambassadør i Tsjekkia.
DAGBLADET.NO

 

Tjekkia truer med å sende hjem den norske ambassadøren

michalakovi-1 Tjekkia truer med å sende hjem den norske ambassadøren

Menneskerettighetsjuristen, Marius Reikeras, er i harnisk over fylkesnemndas beslutning om å strippe Eva for foreldreretten over hennes to søner som barnevernet har tatt fra henne. «Jeg fatter ikke hvorfor det offentlige Norge vil legge seg ut mot halve Europa,bare for å ri sine menneskerettskrenkelser til det ytterste», skriver han på sin Facebookside..

Eva Michalakova tapte saken om gjenforening med sine to sønner i Fylkesnemnda i dag, som attpåtil har godkjent adopsjon av den ene av hennes to sønner.

I Tsjekkia og i EU parlamentet er de rasende over avgjørelsen,og truer nå med å sende hjem den norske ambassadøren til Tsjekkia.

Og klokken 18 i dag, vil det bli holdt en demonstrasjon utenfor Den norske ambassaden i Praha.

Eva Michaláková er Tsjekkisk statsborger og så er hennes to sønner. Norge har en plikt til å rette seg etter internasjonale standarder, og tilbakelevere barna til Tsjekkia.

Likevel gjør de det motsatte,med en arroganse som er fullstendig uforståelig.

«Hva er det som gjør at det offentlige Norge kan tro at de kan ignorere menneskerettene på den måten de gjør?», lurer han på

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English:

I do not understand why the public Norway will put out against half of Europe, just to ride their human rights violations to the utmost.

Eva Michalakova lost the case of reunification with their two sons in the County Council today, which has an approved adoption of one of her two sons.

In the Czech Republic and the EU Parliament are the furious over the decision, and now threatening to send home the Norwegian Ambassador to the Czech Republic.

And at 18 today, it will be held a demonstration outside the Norwegian Embassy in Prague.

Eva Michaláková is Czech citizen and so are her two sons. Norway has an obligation to abide by international standards, and return the children to the Czech Republic.

Nevertheless, they do the opposite, with an arrogance that is completely incomprehensible.

What is it that makes the public Norway believe they can ignore human rights in the way they do?

The wonder, I really appreciated

Marius Reikeras

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