Last Updated: Tuesday, 22 July 2014, 14:56 GMT

Czech Republic: Resolution No. 735 of 1994 concerning the Granting of Temporary Asylum to Certain Citizens on the Territory of the Czech Republic till December 31, 1995

Publisher National Authorities
Publication Date 21 December 1994
Cite as National Authorities, Czech Republic: Resolution No. 735 of 1994 concerning the Granting of Temporary Asylum to Certain Citizens on the Territory of the Czech Republic till December 31, 1995, 21 December 1994, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/3ae6b5291c.html [accessed 23 July 2014]
Comments This is an unofficial translation.
DisclaimerThis is not a UNHCR publication. UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content. Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States.

Government

I. agrees

1.   to prolong the grant of temporary asylum on the territory of the Czech Republic until31 December, 1995 to the citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina and to the citizens of the former Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia who were granted temporary asylum in the Czech Republic before 1 January, 1994.

2.   that the persons granted temporary asylum who do not dwell in the centres of the Ministry of the Interior should enjoy necessary health care and that after a period of six months of residence in the Czech Republic these persons should receive humanitarian financial aid, the limits of which are governed by Decree of the Government No. 284 of 25 May, 1994 concerning the status and residence of persons from the former Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia to whom the Government of the Czech Republic granted temporary asylum in the Czech Republic and also in the appendix of this document;

II. enjoins

1.   the Minister of the Interior in cooperation with the Deputy Prime Minister and the Minister of Finance to secure humanitarian aid in the form of a financial allowance in accordance with paragraph two of the first article of this resolution;

2.   the Minister of the Interior in cooperation with the Minister of Foreign Affairs to open negotiations in the matter of the Agreement between the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Czech Republic (concerning the joint action and measures of repatriation taken ), and to seek other permanent solutions to the problems of persons in temporary asylum in the Czech Republic;

3.   the Minister of the Interior to ensure to the persons in temporary asylum, living in the refugee centres of the Ministry of the Interior, similar material provision and health care as is enjoyed by the applicants for refugee status;

4.   the Ministry of Health to ensure necessary health-service from the sources of the chapter of the Ministry of Health to the persons in temporary asylum who do not dwell in the centres of the Ministry of the Interior in accordance with paragraph two of the first article of this decree.

To be carried out by:

The Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Finance, Minister of the Interior, Minister of Foreign Affairs, and Minister of Health.

Appendix to the Resolution of the Government No. 735 of 21 December, 1994 - Amendment to the Resolution of the Government No. 284 of 25 May, 1994, concerning the status and residence of the persons from the former Socialist Federative Republic of Yugoslavia who were granted temporary asylum in the Czech Republic by the Government of the Czech Republic.

Section no. 4 and 5 of the appendix to the Decree of the Government No. 735 of 21 December, 1994 shall read:

"4.  A person in temporary asylum, who is not dwelling in a centre of the Ministry of the Interior, can be granted a financial allowance after the six months of his/her residence in the Czech Republic. The financial allowance shall be paid locally from the chapter of the General Treasury Administration by the respective District Office as of 1 January, 1995.

The Financial allowance shall include:

a)         allowance for food and other basic personal needs;

b)         allowance for necessary household expenses;

c)         allowance for dietary meals.

The financial allowance shall be paid in case the income of the person in temporary asylum and the income of persons judged jointly with such a person does not amount to the minimum for subsistence.

The financial allowance shall be granted to jointly judged persons according to the amount derived from the difference between their monthly income and the sum of money needed to provide for food and other basic personal needs and necessary household expenses.

Income of persons in temporary asylum shall be judged jointly on the condition that they declare that they live together and share the household expenses.

A person who due to his/her health condition needs more finances to pay for dietary meals shall be granted a financial allowance for dietary meals on the basis of the recommendation of a medical specialist.

5.   Maximum amount of the monthly financial allowance, according to the paragraph four, shall be:

letter a)

1,230 Cc** for a child under 6 years of age

1,360 Cc for a child between 6 and 10 years of age

1,620 Cc for a child between 10 and 15 years of age

1,780 Cc for an individual without any sustenance between 15 and 26 years of age

1,680 Cc for other individuals.

letter b)

760 Cc for one individual

1,000 Cc for two persons living in one household

1,240 Cc for three or four persons living in one household

1,400 Cc for five and more persons living in one household

letter c)

600 Cc"



* stands for the abbreviation of the Czech currency – the Czech crown.

Search Refworld

Countries