Wednesday, March 14, from the temporary detention camp «Holot» was released by its last inhabitants. The government has taken the decision to close was founded five years ago, the camp in connection with the entry into force of the amendments to the law on preventing illegal entry into Israel.
Persons who have not filed until January 2018 request status, transferred to a prison «saharonim» for an indefinite period, others during the pendency of their requests for refugee status will be released.
The citizens of Eritrea and Sudan, who left the «Holot», forbidden to settle or work in tel Aviv, Petah Tikva and Eilat, Netanya, Bnei Brak, Ashdod and Jerusalem because of the large concentrations in these cities are illegals.
However, on 14 March, the government informed the High court of justice, their willingness to suspend for two weeks the deportation of citizens of Sudan and Eritrea to a third country.
At the same time will continue the hearings conducted by the Office of the population register on requests for the granting of refugee status.
The citizens of Eritrea and Sudan who get rejected will still be asked to leave the country voluntarily and receive a one-time cash payment or they will be placed in prison «saharonim».