Moroccans Make Up Nearly a Quarter of All Juvenile Inmates in Spain | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Moroccans Make Up Nearly a Quarter of All Juvenile Inmates in Spain

A study has revealed that around a quarter of those in juvenile detention in Spain come from Morocco and as many as three in ten illegal migrants have committed some sort of crime.

According to the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) there are at least 5,500 supposedly underage Moroccans in Spain, the vast majority of whom live in the country’s North African enclaves of Ceuta and Melilla.

A study conducted by the Spanish Secretary of State for Security Affairs on links between illegal migration and crime also found that Moroccan minors made up nearly a quarter of those in juvenile detention, Le360 reports.

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