Planning Authority confirms that remissa doors had to be resealed


first_img SharePrint WhatsApp Miguela XuerebMiguela Xuereb The Planning Authority said that it had to seal again the remissa in which the migrants where living in Marsa to assure that the illegal premises do not get used.Last week, the Planning Authority together with health, immigration officials as well as members from different police departments raided and sealed the stables in Sqaq il-Ġerrejja corner with Sqaq l-Istalel in Marsa, where a number of migrants were living.Updated: Watch: Migrants living in stables in MarsaNewsbook.com.mt has asked the Planning Authority to confirm whether the seals on the doors had been broken. A spokesperson from the authority confirmed that that they replace a number of broken seals to a certain that the illegality does not persist.The fate of the migrants that were living illegally in the now sealed premises is still unknown. A number of migrants were arrested on the day of the raid.A similar case also happened in 2018 where a number of foreign migrants were found to be living in a livestock farm in Qormi. Some of the migrants from the Qormi farm were eventually sent back abroad.Read also:  Police holds number of migrants found in QormiQormi farm closed for illegally housing 110 migrants in cow pensJoseph Muscat – some Qormi farm immigrants to go back to Italylast_img