About 200 sub-saharan africans have managed yesterday to circumvent the border fence of Melilla at a new jump mass, which ended with the tragic death of one of them. Unlike what happened in January, in this case the immigrants did not use violence, although of the 25 injured, six of them were civil guards. With this new arrival, the CETI of Melilla, prepared for a thousand people, already hosts 1,400. Protecting the border should be a priority, so that Spain should demand Morocco to increase controls on their territory to prevent new breaks. In the meantime, both countries should continue to implement the Readmission Agreement, as they did last Friday, when they were returned to 24 immigrants who had come to the islands Chafarinas.
Updated Date: 26 October 2018, 07:01