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Egyptian student deported after complaining to University in Constanta

An Egyptian studying to be a doctor in Constanta was handcuffed, arrested and deported after complaining over university practices. Report by Claudia Ciobanu

July 2010 - From the Print Edition

After threatening to take state-owned Ovidiu University in Constanta to court, Egyptian fourth-year medical student Peter Samuel has been arrested at dawn, handcuffed, locked up and deported back to his home country.
On 22 June, after spending seven days behind the barbed wire of Otopeniís detention centre for refugees, he was flown back to Egypt at midnight, before having a chance to properly contest the decision.
Four days previously Samuel officially challenged his detainment and th...

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There are 5 comments:

MICHAEL CAMPBELL: on 2010-07-26 23:14:48
WELL DONE ROMANIA I WISH ARE GOVERMENT IN IRELAND WOULD ACT IN THE SAME PROFESSIONAL MANNER IN DEALING WITH FOREIGNERS,WHO MISBEHAVE.

Brainstorm: on 2010-08-16 18:55:41
1) Peter Samuel does not seem to be an egiptian name even though this chap may be a copt;
2) article too long for such a minor event;

A-student: on 2010-08-20 21:56:29
Question: Among all the universities in the world, why did he choose to study in the third world country university? He might as well stayed in Egypt...

medro: on 2010-09-08 16:16:06
pay the fee next time. and the police didnt use a language he could understand? after 3 years living in romania he cant speak the language?

corruption: on 2010-09-08 18:01:04
such a shame these corrupted faculties in romania
I didn't know that they didn't even respect the laws regarding equality with Romanian students for EU students!! this is the basis of Europe !!!
and firing a student who wanted to denouce this? Ouchh !! where are we??Soviet Union ?

 
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