Malaga will aid Syrian refugees

MALAGA Council has put forward an initiative to help the families of Syrian refugees who arrive in the city together with the charity organisations of the city and other public administrations.

Social Rights councillor, Julio Andrade, explained to press agency EFE, that the local government is to create a working team with three organisations, namely, Cruz Roja Española, the Spanish Commission for Refugee Aid (CEAR) and ACCEM.

He also explained that the project intends to create an Immigration Commission and discuss with all participating organisations to what extent they can help and what resources are available to do so.

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    • Lyndsey McInnes

      04 September 2015 • 10:07

      Well done Spain!

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    • Charlie

      04 September 2015 • 17:43

      Good you can take in a family and look after them then ?

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    • Mike

      05 September 2015 • 08:38

      So are these people going to stay? I feel for these people but Spains employment record is a disgrace, its political elite are failing to create employment for their countries people and they open up and accept others from outside so that there is less chance of work for the locals! I really can’t understand how people in authority think most of the time.

      I listed to an interesting discussion the other day on TV, nothing much has changed in Siri over the last couple of years except that the EU ‘including the UK’ has been feeding Siria with money and a lot of it… now that money is filtering through to many of the locals, it seems this in many cases is the money used to pay the people smugglers to bring them to EU countries so this money that our governments have been sending there really is working! It seems that they have been well groomed in knowing the right buttons to press to make people in the EU fall to their so called needs, I don’t mean to sound unsympathetic but allowing these people in is not the solution to this problem and it will cause many other issues in the future, near and distant.

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    • Mike

      05 September 2015 • 08:46

      Maybe countries could actually take this tactic up as a new way of invading a country, just flood it with people who say they need help and the EU will do nothing! Oh of course this has been happening for the last couple of weeks…. if they are not stopped they will just keep coming and more and more and more, we are the biggest suckers to walk this planet.

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    • Diri La Veron

      05 September 2015 • 10:40

      We need to help them, wherever we are.

      People need to be clear and understand that these people are displaced solely because of the actions of Western so-called, civilised, governments AND the evil mobs controlling those governments.

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