Moncloa and Ceuta agree to streamline the return of Moroccan minors and do not transfer them to the peninsula

The decision of justice to paralyze the repatriation of minors to Morocco has been an unexpected and hard reverse for the government. The seriousness of the i

Moncloa and Ceuta agree to streamline the return of Moroccan minors and do not transfer them to the peninsula

The decision of justice to paralyze the repatriation of minors to Morocco has been an unexpected and hard reverse for the government. The seriousness of the issue is betrayed by the intervention of the President of the Government, which this morning, only 24 hours after the decision of the Court of Ceuta, has met in the Moncloa with the president Ceutí, Juan Jesús Vivas. Both agree to avoid the transfer of minors to the peninsula and contemplate as a solution the return of minors, yes, according to justice, based on the immigration law.

"The transfer of minors to the peninsula" has not been contemplated as an alternative option, "he has found alive after the meeting, which has lasted almost an hour and a half. "In addition, in any case it would be an immediate solution," he said. And is that in May, the Ministry of Social Rights provided with the Communities the distribution of 200 minors of Ceuta. A deal that has not yet ended, because there are still 20 minors for being transferred.

The issue of minors concern the government. "The situation is unsustainable, minors in Ceuta are not in due conditions," has claimed Vivas. According to technical government data, there are currently 800 minors in this Autonomous City: 600 in centers and about 200 on the street.

Updated Date: 25 August 2021, 09:39

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