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The Ministry of the Interior has sent this Wednesday to the National Court the communication that it addressed to the Delegation of the Government of Ceuta about its request to apply the agreement for the return of unaccompanied minors with Morocco, although it makes it clear that the order of repatriations ” it has not been dictated “by Interior.

In the letter directed by the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the National Court, signed by the Secretary of State for Security, Rafael Perez, Interior responds that the text that I sent on August 10 to Ceuta “is limited to showing that the Ministry requests that the return of the minors be carried out, respecting their interests or rights.”

However, in response to the appeal processed by this room presented by the Spanish Network for Immigration and Refugee Assistance for the Interior “instruction” that endorses the return of unaccompanied minors from Ceuta to Morocco, the department that directs Fernando Grande-Marlaska it replies that “the agreement ordering the return of the minors has not been dictated by the Interior.”

For this reason, it considers that the National Court should reject the NGO’s appeal as this judicial body would not be the competent one, since “it is not an act dictated by a minister or secretary of state.”

In addition, it emphasizes that the agreements for the return of minors are being prosecuted by a Ceuta court that has been the one that has agreed as a precautionary measure to suspend the returns for 72 hours.

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