The Prosecutor's Office requests to keep suspended returns of minors to Morocco

The Prosecutor's Office has asked the Judge of the Court of the Contentious-Administrative Number 1 of Ceuta to maintain paralyzed the repatriations of migrant

The Prosecutor's Office requests to keep suspended returns of minors to Morocco

The Prosecutor's Office has asked the Judge of the Court of the Contentious-Administrative Number 1 of Ceuta to maintain paralyzed the repatriations of migrant minors alone from the Autonomous City to Morocco, as agreed on Monday in a car that had as direct beneficiaries to nine Young people, although administrations agreed to extend the measure over the 700 that continue to be accepted since the avalanche of mid-May.

According to judicial sources for Europe Press, the Public Ministry understands that "the same circumstances persist" that the judge appreciated in his first car of precautionary measures, in which he considered "accredited" a violation of the fact that "our legal order demands For the repatriation of unaccompanied foreign minors, the initiation of an administrative file, in which it should record data as essential as those related to the filiation and social and family circumstances of their environment in the country of origin ".

In addition, the Prosecutor's Office believes that the same criterion has been supported by the National Hearing at the Self-dictated Wednesday that warns that the 2007 Own Agreement between Spain and Morocco to which the Ministry of the Interior and the Autonomous City appealed as a reference of their performance It establishes that national legislation is "obliged compliance".

The Judge of the Contentious-Administrative of Ceuta gave 72 hours both to the Public Ministry and to the Delegation of the Government to claim before pronouncing the maintenance or revocation of the precautionary measures imposed.

Updated Date: 19 August 2021, 10:30

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