The Ministry of Internal Affairs, through the National Directorate for Migration (DNM), reported this the request for expulsion from the country of the Colombian citizen Jair Stevens Hurado Mora It was firm when the term the motorcycle was supposed to overcome the hierarchical appeal against the measure had expired. For this reason, DNA will seek new arrest of the perpetrator while the deportation process is ongoing.
Now the situation of Yurado Mora, who has a criminal record in his country, was again in the hands of Patricia Guyhandut, the same which freed him two days after he was arrested by a Cell phone theft of a young woman in Almagro. The judge has to decide whether he needs a foreign citizen for a trial, explained the director of the DNA, Horacio García.
In case Gichandout's response is negative, the DNA will ask the administrative court at the moment "to order the detention of the foreigner, so that the NPM can teach the security forces to arrest and expel it," they explain from the organism
On the other hand, in the case of a citizen Uruguayan Antonio José Franco, DNM ordered his expulsion on November 10, 2016, but was appealed on April 23, 2018 and still has the dossier. It's different from the situation in Colombia.
"This decision has been made in the context of the two axes of migration policy that Minister Rogelio Frigenero gives: doors open to immigration – as has always happened in the country – and closed to crime, trafficking and drug trafficking"said a statement from the interior ministry.
The DNA also recalled that Decree 70/2017, which allowed the abolition of judicial and administrative expulsion proceedings, was issued two years ago on January 27, 2017. "The procedure should not last more than six months", be assured.