The PSOE does not renounce to get the statistics of hate crimes match your ads. Pedro Sánchez and Minister Grande-Marlaska maintain that Vox’s speech is generating a breeding ground that triggers hate crime. In that criminal chapter are the gender crimes or those of racism. And the PSOE is already preparing an award for immigrants who report one of these crimes: an award consisting of nothing less than the suspension of the expulsion proceedings. De facto, the immigrant would obtain a permit to remain in Spain, at least, until the complaint was clarified.
The reform is included in the report of presentation of the PSOE facing the new immigration legislation. The document, to which OKDIARIO has had access, is already in the Senate. And there you can read the following point: “Modify the immigration regulations to allow foreigners who lack residence authorization in Spain to be exempted from administrative responsibility and not to initiate the administrative disciplinary proceedings for expulsion from the country when they have been victims of a hate crime; as happens with women who are victims of gender violence and people who are victims of trafficking ”.
An incentive to assess in order to report hate crimes.
It must be remembered that Sánchez has already tried to use complaints such as the false homophobic attack of Malasaña in order to attack Vox and demand that the PP cannot agree with the formation of Santiago Abascal. After discovering the falsehood of the complaint, the speech of the socialists and podemitas turned to affirm that the veracity or not of that specific attack did not matter because the important thing was that the statistics of hate crimes grew.
The new measure, effectively, will help these complaints to increase even more. The reform that the PSOE intends to launch includes more points. He wants to “address a nationality reform by residence that incorporates a significant reduction of the maximum terms currently established, the review of the assumptions of renunciation of the previous nationality and the evaluation of the integration trajectory, beyond examination, as a pre-eminent element when evaluating the conditions of access ” .
In addition, Sánchez wants to “carry out, in line with the recommendations of the Ombudsman of March 9, 2020, an exhaustive modification of articles 148, 190, 196, 197, 198 and 211 of Royal Decree 557/2011, with the object of ensuring that all girls, boys and adolescents under the guardianship and / or guardianship of the autonomous communities ”.
The amendment will establish that:
-They are considered regular for all purposes even without having a residence card, the obtaining of which will be considered a mere formalization of the same, in accordance with art. 37.5. of the LO 1/2000.
-Continue ensuring that they automatically have residence and work authorization from the age of 16 (Instruction 1/2020 of the SEM).
-They have a residence and work authorization granted and in force since their entry into the protection system, provided they have reached working age, and up to 18 years, eliminating the initial validity of 1 year. In the event that they have accessed this right having reached the age of 17, their initial residence will be valid for a minimum of 1 year.
-Only those minors who do not have a passport or document proving their age and identity are considered undocumented. And, in case of not being able to be documented through their countries of origin, they will be documented with a registration card processed ex officio.