The president of VOX Ceuta, Juan Sergio Redondo, and the deputy secretary for Institutional Relations, Francisco Ruiz, met this Thursday afternoon with members of the Ceuta TeleEduca platform to address the claims that have been raised in their defense of the rights of parents to educate their children electronically in times of health crisis and pandemic. The meeting, which was telematic, allowed the representatives of VOX to know first-hand the demands of this group, finding "the surprise" that the Government Delegation and the Provincial Directorate of Education have strictly refused to receive them to listen your proposals.

"From VOX we have always defended the right of parents to decide what type of education they want for their children", recalls Redondo to add: "Children belong to their parents, not the State, and therefore they have the right to be heard by political representatives and public institutions in everything that concerns their vision of the education of their children ”.

Faced with this situation, VOX Ceuta demands that the Government Delegation and the Provincial Directorate of Education, as representatives in Ceuta of the Ministry of Education of the Socialist Government, receive these parents to listen to the proposals and alternatives that they propose, and assess, at least, if there is the possibility of implementing them as soon as possible given the current circumstances. "From VOX we understand that those parents who wish to teach their children telematics in these special circumstances should have the same rights and be treated in the same way as those parents who want the teaching to be face-to-face", Redondo points out.

Finally, he points out how VOX Ceuta echoes the letter addressed by the platform to the national parliamentary group. A letter that, through the national deputy of VOX for Ceuta, Teresa López, will be sent to Madrid "for the study and evaluation of the proposals that, in this situation, this platform proposes".

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