The president of Ceuta, Juan Jesús Vivas (PP), has requested that the mechanisms of collaboration with the State be "intensified" to cover the contingencies due to the presence in the autonomies of unaccompanied foreign minors (MENA) and has requested that they be returned to Morocco.
In declarations to the journalists, Vivas has commented that this subject is the "pending subject" of the Government of the Nation, "as much of the present one, as of the previous ones and is necessary that the mechanisms of collaboration to cover the contingencies are intensified".
The Ceuta president has said that the return of competences over unaccompanied minors to the State requires a "very long, uncertain and that is not recommended from the perspective of common sense" but has considered that we must increase collaboration and demand that the stay of immigrants is "the one that allows the size of our territory and no more".
He has made reference to the fact that, as other "very effective" immigration mechanisms have been articulated between Spain and Morocco, it remains "a pending issue that is the subject of the MENA throughout Spain".
Vivas believes that Ceuta and Melilla have to claim "in an absolutely loyal way with the Government of the Nation that the minors where they are best are at home and with their people, so they have to activate protocols so they can return to your country of origin. "