Abascal says that the "improvisations" of the Government with the minors leave adolescents "in a limbo"

"The Government rectifies and children under the age of 14 can walk. But the improvisations and follies of the Government now leave adolescents in a limbo without rights," Abascal wrote in a message published on social networks. Thus, the leader of Vox has pointed out that "if you are between 14 and 17 you cannot take a walk, not even accompanying small brothers or parents".

The Health Minister, Salvador Illa, has announced in the late afternoon that he will allow children under 14 to take walks starting next Sunday, April 26. In this way, the Government has rectified the measure announced by the Minister of Finance and spokesperson for the Executive, María Jesús Montero, which limited outings to accompany adults to carry out essential tasks, such as going to the supermarket.

At a press conference after the Council of Ministers, the spokesperson for the Executive pointed out that adolescents between the ages of 15 and 17 could already go out alone "to run errands and could continue to do so".

Abascal had already criticized the measure announced by Montero after the Council of Ministers. "They have lost any trace of common sense," he also warned in a post on his personal Twitter account.

The president of Vox referred to the coalition Executive as "the government of nonsense" for his decision regarding the departure of children under 14 from next Monday. "The children, until now locked up, will be able to go to the supermarkets and jobs, possible sources of contagion, but they will not be able to run around for a few minutes in an outdoor park," he said.


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