The Court of First Instance and Instruction Number 2 of Ceuta has rejected the precautionary measure to stop the return of the Moroccan minors that entered mid-May by the Border Beaches of Tarajal and Benzú in Ceuta.
The court denied the petition presented by the Barrios Coordinating Association arguing that you can not act "urgently on facts that have already happened." The measure taken by the court is "firm and there is no appeal before."
The complaint filed by this organization requested the Delegation of the Government of Ceuta to suspend any action "aimed at repatrious asylum seekers to Morocco".
The association also asked for "urgently" to be informed "about the minor repatriation procedure" which, according to the Organic Law 4/2000, on January 11, on the rights and freedoms of foreigners in Spain and Your social integration.
Meanwhile, repatriations will follow this Monday, pending the decisions that other judges take about the complaints submitted by the different groups and NGOs that are witnessing the "forced" returns of the minors housed in Ceuta.
Save the Children, Andalucia Host, Elin, Maakum and No Name Kitchen presented this Saturday for the courts to try to paralyze the "illegal returns to children who do not want to return to Morocco," as a volunteer of one of these collectives confirmed in the Tomorrow of this Sunday when they saw the minibus passed with the 15 minors of the daily quota.Date Of Update: 15 August 2021, 14:08