Traducción al inglés:
According to his statement, a National Police patrol detained him on 6 May at around 10:00 p.m. in Melilla’s Barrio del Real area. Youness, who didn’t have any identification documents on him at the time, showed a written document from the Association which clearly stated his particulars and that he was awaiting his certificates of guardianship from the Consejería de Bienestar Social, which would confirm those details allow him to apply for residence in Spain.
The document also clearly stated he would have to appear in person at any moment in Melilla’s courts to make his declaration with regard to the attacks and threats which he has had to suffer.
PRODEIN and APDHML will immediately put in place any and all resources necessary for his return to the city and to ensure his security.