The transfer of a person to their country of origin. While the term could refer to any person regardless of their health status, repatriation is often a euphemism for the shipping of a body back to the person’s home country for burial.
He said expeditious and dignified repatriation of TDPs of Tribal areas is our top most priority and the Government was well aware of the problems which the displaced people are faced with adding that steps have been taken for their rehabilitation and welfare.
This narrative effectively weaves numerous and seemingly disparate 20thcentury examples of refugee repatriation into a cohesive series of case studies, which illustrate how changing principles and practices have affected real refugee groups, as well as how specific refugee crises have shaped the evolution of refugee policy.
The Malaysian News Agency stated that the repatriation move comes upon request from Minister of Foreign Affairs Hanifah Aman for repatriation of all Malaysian students and embassy staff from Syria because of the dangerous situation there.
Financial reporting rules allow firms to delay recognition of a repatriation tax expense in the period in which the earnings are generated, and firms that face reporting incentives to consistently report strong earnings numbers have an incentive to delay repatriation to avoid recognizing a repatriation tax expense in their financial statements.
Anne Bevis, repatriation liaison officer for Wootton Bassett Royal British Legion, said: "It is quite sad, but I think it's time for someone else to be able to show their respects from another part of the country.