Up to 16 teachers from the Embassy of Spain in Morocco will finally be sanctioned for having returned to their place of origin when confinement was decreed in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. This has been explained by the Government of Pedro Sánchez to questions from the national VOX deputy for Ceuta, Teresa López, who has been interested in the situation of these teachers after learning in March that the Ministry of Education was going to dispense with, at least, a score of teachers who had traveled to Spain before the State of Alarm.

From the Executive of Pedro Sánchez they explain that, as of June 18, 16 disciplinary proceedings had been initiated, all of them against teaching officials bound for Morocco, and that no new initiations were planned. Of those affected, 11 are temporary and 5 career officials, and for López it is "incomprehensible."

Regarding the dismissals, the Executive of Pedro Sánchez limits itself to saying that the MEFP "has detected specific errors in the formal processing of certain temporary teacher dismissals in Morocco." Faced with this situation, it is noted that "it has been decided, in order to safeguard the legal guarantees of the interested parties, to revoke the dismissals to initiate, where appropriate, the corresponding disciplinary proceedings."

"First, the Ministry of Education wanted to dismiss them, now a disciplinary file is opened but it does not inform about what type of sanction they are going to be imposed," says the Ceuta parliamentarian. "This is one more example that the Government continues to add errors in its responsibility to workers and officials who, due to a State of Exception disguised as an Alarm, are now going to be sanctioned," says the Ceuta parliamentarian.

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