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US Ain: A baker on hunger strike to defend a young migrant threatened with deportation

23:02  23 february  2021
23:02  23 february  2021 Source:   20minutes.fr

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French baker Stéphane Ravacley stopped the hunger strike he started on 3 January to protest the deportation of his young apprentice. © AFP/Sébastien Bozon. French baker on hunger strike to protest deportation of his apprentice. Rise in unaccompanied minors, Parisians step in as volunteers. The mayor of Besançon, Anne Vignot, wrote to Interior Minister Gérald Darmanin asking for Traoré to be allowed to stay in France, saying in her letter that "the desire to expel this future baker is incomprehensible".

Stéphane Ravacley, a baker in the town of Besançon in eastern France, has been on hunger strike since 3 January to protest the planned deportation of his young Guinean apprentice. A petition has been launched and city hall mayor has asked Interior ministry to cancel his deportation . But having recently turned 18, the young Guinean has been informed he faces being sent back to his homeland in West Africa. Parisians helping unaccompanied minors. The mayor of Besançon, Anne Vignot, has written to Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin asking for clemency, saying in her letter that "the desire to

The Ain prefecture has undertaken to carry out a "rapid re-examination" of the file of the young man whom the baker wishes to train in apprenticeship

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The prefecture of l'Ain will carry out a "rapid re-examination" the file of Mamadou Yaya Bah, a young Guinean migrant threatened with deportation for which Patricia Hyvernat, a baker wishing to train him in apprenticeship, had been on hunger strike for two weeks.

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Vowing not to be tempted by his own baguettes or cakes, a French baker has begun a hunger strike in eastern France to protest the planned deportation of his young Guinean apprentice. But having recently turned 18, the young Guinean has been informed he faces being sent back to his homeland in West Africa. The mayor of Besancon, Anne Vignot, has written to Interior Minister Gerald Darmanin asking for clemency, saying in her letter that "the desire to expel this future baker is incomprehensible".

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"Ms. Hyvernat formalized a promise of employment with the services of the Direccte (regional directorate for enterprises, competition, consumption, labor and employment) last Friday. This is an essential piece of proof of Mr. Bah’s good professional integration, ”said the Ain prefecture.

On a hunger strike since February 9

"I have hope that everything will work out," says the craftswoman living with her husband in La-Chapelle-du-Châtelard, a village of some 390 souls. The couple and their future apprentice will be received at the prefecture of Bourg-en-Bresse on March 3 to submit a new application for a residence permit.

"I'm going to stop my hunger strike," continues the one who ate nothing but tea, coffee, vegetable broth and fruit juice and was considering hospitalization after losing seven kilograms since February 9.

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Nevertheless, even the small number of deportations Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Priti Patel have achieved have met with resistance, with some illegals detained at Brook House ahead of their removal organising a hunger strike in an effort to blackmail the authorities into “I told the Home Office that I’d prefer to die here rather than going to Spain again,” said one migrant of the hunger strike , as quoted by the Detained Voiced anti-border control activist organisation. They added that they were in Britain “looking for… a new life with new opportunities [and] reunion with my

Mamadou Yaya Bah, 20, could begin her bakery training in the coming weeks at the neighboring CFA of Ambérieux-en-Bugey, according to Patricia Hyvernat, once she has obtained a receipt for a residence permit application.

Arrived in France at the age of 16 after being imprisoned in Libya

“It would have been much harder for me to see him go back to his country than to go on a hunger strike. This is the only way I have found to be heard, ”explains the fifty-something about the young man, who according to her arrived in France at the age of 16 after leaving his native Guinea and to have been imprisoned in Libya.

This victorious approach echoes the fight of Stéphane Ravacley , a baker from Doubs, who at the end of another highly publicized hunger strike at the beginning of the year had prevented the expulsion of Laye Fodé Traoré, his young apprentice Guinean. He had visited Patricia Hyvernat last week to support her and share her experience.

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