• Loles López announces that the PP will request the convocation of the Permanent Deputation of Parliament so that the councilors of Equality and Justice and Interior appear urgently
• The PP demands that they explain the actions that the Andalusian government is carrying out and the decisions that are adopted in the Sectorial Conference and that affect Andalusia
• Denounces the "saturation" of the centers that receive unaccompanied minors
The general secretary of the Andalusian PP, Loles López, has announced that the PP will request the convocation of the Permanent Deputation of the Parliament of Andalusia so that the Andalusian government explains the actions it is carrying out in terms of immigration, as well as the decisions that are adopted this afternoon at the Immigration Sectoral Conference and that affect the autonomous community.
Specifically, the PP will request the urgent appearance of the Minister of Equality and Social Welfare, Mª José Sánchez, and of Justice and Interior, Rosa Aguilar.
In this sense, López called on the president of the Board, Susana Díaz, that, before the meeting this afternoon between the Government and the autonomous communities at the Immigration Sectoral Conference, "raise your voice" and demand "sufficient resources and measures" to that Andalusia can attend to the thousands of immigrants that every week arrive on our shores.
He accused the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez, of "having turned his back on Andalusia" after the "call effect", and regretted that Susana Díaz "has put herself in profile so as not to disturb Sánchez", while "with her silence she applauds that called effect” which, he stressed, “has immigrants as victims”.
The general secretary of the Andalusian PP insisted that Spain "has to recover the serious and coordinated immigration policy with the European Union and with the countries of origin that the previous PP government was carrying out."
Likewise, he reiterated that "Susana Díaz has to exercise her powers", and recalled that the city councils of the immigration-receiving municipalities are in many cases "trying to respond to lung."
López expressed his concern about the situation of unaccompanied minors, at which point he echoed the complaints of the workers of the centers for minors where they are being received, who speak of "saturation" and where, they have said, "the minors are not cared for, but stored”.
He recalled that 40% of foreign minors who leave centers and disappear in Spain are from Andalusian centers and the guardianship and protection that the Board should provide "is not effective." In the same way, he recalled that the latest report from the Ombudsman for Minors in Andalusia already warned that the care system for foreign minors had collapsed.