The national deputies of VOX for Almería, Rocío De Meer and Carlos Fernández-Roca, have registered a series of questions for which they request a written response from the Government regarding the state of the Civil Guard barracks in the municipality of Roquetas de Mar.

Both an Association of the Civil Guard and various media have echoed the untenable and unfortunate situation of the barracks of the Civil Guard of Roquetas de Mar.

The building has some facilities from the seventies and is prepared to serve 30 civil guards, currently being used and hosting 190, causing these facilities to be absolutely overflowed, generating important problems for the development of the activity of the agents, as well as for the citizens themselves having to wait shifts suffering high temperatures in the street to file a complaint because they cannot maintain the safety distance in inside them, VOX says.

Despite the existence of an agreement between the Ministry of the Interior, the Civil Guard and the Roquetas de Mar City Council, which should have materialized in 2018, for a transfer of existing, better and safe facilities, has not been carried out, VOX regrets.

This situation has been aggravated by the attention paid by the Civil Guard regarding the reception and custody of irregular immigrants that arrive in boats to the coasts of Almeria.

Faced with this situation, VOX raises the next questions:

1.- What means has the Government adopted to solve the problems generated by obsolete, precarious and overflowing facilities?

two.-The Government will execute the agreement with the Civil Guard and the Roquetas de Mar City Council signed in 2018 and transferring Civil Guard agents to other facilities?

3.- When do you plan to carry out this transfer?

The Government now has, according to Article 190 of the Congress Regulations, a period of 20 days to respond, and this period may be extended at the request of the Executive for another 20 days.

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