| The mayor has made these statements in line with the situation experienced early this Wednesday, July 29, in which around a hundred immigrants have escaped from the Escombreras facilities where they kept quarantine | The events experienced in the early hours of this Wednesday, July 29, in which around a hundred immigrants have escaped from the Escombreras facilities where they were being quarantined, "comes to demonstrate what has been warning days since the City Council.
It is being mismanaged, it is a state matter and very important, and it requires the collaboration and help of all administrations.
If from the Government Delegation they are not able to call us and all sit at a table, by improvisation we cannot fix a situation that this morning has proven to become unsustainable, "said the mayor of Cartagena, Ana Belén Castejón.The City Council is working to provide a decent solution to the situation of migrants arriving in Cartagena by boat, as requested by the Autonomous Community, but it is not enough.
"I am sure that the Government of Spain does not have full knowledge of the disastrous management and the lack of will and political height of the Government Delegate in the Region of Murcia," said the mayor, who has also shown his "appreciation Local Police, National Police, Civil Guard, Civil Protection, Red Cross and volunteers, because all the bodies and security forces of the State are working non-stop despite the fact that they do not have a good conductor.
"The government team continues working on the adaptation and conditioning of the Cabezo Beaza industrial estate in case it is necessary for the transfer of immigrants arriving by boat to the city.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena