Terror in Parla: "My neighbors across the street are a junkie and a squatter"

This is the desperate narration of a neighbor of Parla, in the Fuente Arenosa building. OKDIARIO’s cameras show the difficult coexistence in a block with threats, graffiti of “SNAPS”, bricks on the stairs… And all within a “neighborhood community” where, of the 280 resident families, only around 20 pay.

On the street it is normal to find people who have been robbed both in the area of ​​the famous Parla tram station and in any other area. In fact, the elderly decide not to go out after noon for “fear of theft”.

“I work in a pharmacy and in the last month all four in the neighborhood have been robbed,” he says with fearful pharmacist fearful of being the next.

In short, the neighborhood is fed up: “Parla is an action movie, here if you neglect and sneeze, they steal your shoes.” It is a population in which, according to data from the Ministry of the Interior, violent robberies have increased by 45%, according to what he tells us Jose Manuel Zarzosa, candidate for mayor of Parla for the PP: «The first thing I would do would be to close the squatter aid office, it cannot be that the public administrations are there to protect the criminal».

Other neighbors demand that the mayor “help the Spaniards” because it seems that only foreigners look here». In addition, it is the immigrants themselves who confess to us before our cameras that “this is no longer Parla, it is Morocco.”

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Deborah Acker

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