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42 MICHAEL JANDL Notes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Annual net immigration to Austria in the beginning of the 1990s was thus around 80,000; it was only around 20,000 during the second half of the 1990s. Between 20,000 and 40,000 foreigners were naturalised annually throughout the 1990s. At the same time, the public’s perception of migrants, asylum seekers and criminal foreigners flooding Austria found expression in the growing popularity of the rightw¨ ) led by Jo¨rg Haider. ing anti-immigrant Freedom Party (FPO The convention implementing the Schengen Agreement (Schengen II) went into force in Austria on 1 December 1997.
22 To this, another more recent area of concern for public authorities should be added: namely, the prevention of terrorist activities among supposedly extremist elements of the immigrant population. However, unlike other European countries, in Austria the issue has not yet assumed major significance in general policy debates and no generalised measures are presently taken to control terrorist activities. Proposals to register all foreigners with fingerprints and biometric data, usually advanced by the Austrian far right, have not found approval in mainstream political parties.
There is also record of instances in which authorities act overzealously, as the ˇ onka v. Belgium well European Court of Human Rights judgment of C illustrates. In this case, police misrepresented their intentions to a Slovakian family of Tzigane origin who were residing as asylum seekers in the Belgian city of Ghent. In October 1999, along with other Slovakians, the Cˇonka parents and their two daughters were sent a letter (written in both Dutch and Slovakian) inviting them to complete their asylum applications by coming to the local police station.