The VOX councilor at the Fuengirola City Council (Malaga), Antonio Luna, has celebrated that the Andalusian Government has "finally" set a date for the opening of the Family Meeting Points (PEF) -which will begin to operate in the Andalusian provinces since they pass to Phase 1 of the lack of confinement-, after two months of uncertainty for the parent who does not have custody and requests that the compensatory measures for this parent be "fair".
During these two months, the parents have been deprived of visiting their children, after on March 18, the Family Judges of Malaga decided that the visits were suspended as a result of the Coronavirus crisis. During this time, many of those affected have not stopped making "steps and demands, even going to the Andalusian Ombudsman," explained the councilman.
"We are concerned about the situation that may arise in these family meeting points, which were saturated before the health crisis, and which will now be overwhelmed again," says the VOX councilor.
Last October, due to the saturation of the PEF, the councilor managed to unanimously approve the creation in Fuengirola of a Family Meeting Point that is managed by an entity with an exclusively technical and professional profile that watches over the interests of the minor. .