The State Law has defended the implementation of the Convention between Spain and Morocco of 2007 to address the repatriation of Moroccan minors unaccompanied from Ceuta based on the "exceptionality" that exists in the Autonomous City from the mass entry at the middle of May.
In this way the legal advocacy has been pronounced, in a letter of allegations, advanced by Europe Press, presented before the Court of the Contentious-Administrative Number 1 of Ceuta, in which he has defended the legality of the operation, whose initiative was taken by Ceuta and counted the approval of the Ministry of the Interior, led by Fernando Grande-Marlaska.
Thus, state advocacy is welcomed that it is "rather than found" the "situation of exceptionality, abnormality and humanitarian emergency" that has been about three months since now, some reasons that are also defended from the Government and justifying the use From the agreement between both countries to base the repatriation process, paralyzed since Monday.
This Friday, the president of the Autonomous City, John Jesús Vivas, has expressed that the Regulation of Immigration Law "is so complex that it can not be applied to a situation as extraordinary as that of Ceuta", who endured during the subsequent days At massive entry an "unsustainable pressure".
However, Vivas has emphasized that "the basic principles are being fulfilled," and that the action has always been mainly structured at the best interest of the child, as he has insured in an interview with chain to be. He has also affected the joint work and in coordination carried out between interior and the executive ceutí "from the beginning".
In his arguments, state advocacy emphasizes "the weighting of the general interest" at the time of "considering the effective implementation of the 2007 agreement". An agreement that, although establishes that both countries must agree on the parameters of the transfer operation, is also concretized that Spanish legislation must be met "strictly", international law and the child's rights convention.
Since a week, numerous platforms require the suspension of the process by understanding that fundamental rights are violated by not having done, for example, individualized interviews of minors.
After the complaint and after listening to several young people who applied for Habeas Corpus, the magistrate opted to suspend repatriations for 72 hours, while gathered information to the Delegation of Government and the Minor Prosecutor's Office. On the verge of carrying out this term, Ceuta decided to freeze the transfers to prove the legality of the process. According to EFE advanced this Friday, the judicial decision may not arrive before next Tuesday, when repatriations have been paralyzed for more than a weekly week.Date Of Update: 20 August 2021, 13:04