Cuban guide He is closely monitoring the situation in quotes For main procedures at the Spanish Consulate in Havana. However, there is a more worrying problem: the delay in the delivery of credentials.
According to many users on social networks, this week they began receiving the credentials corresponding to the month of August, which indicates a five-month delay in the delivery of the information necessary to access the appointment system at the Spanish consular headquarters.
“The credentials for August 2 arrived today, along with the folder and paper for July,” a Cuban citizen wrote.
Since the last advertisement Little progress has been made regarding sending credentials to the consulate. Indeed, a letter was distributed denouncing the existence of irregularities in the process of obtaining credentials and managing appointments.
In the letterIn a letter addressed to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and European Cooperation (MAEC) and the Spanish Ministry of Justice, she described the number of “massive and unjustified rejections of accreditation applications at the consular headquarters in Havana” as “unacceptable and extremely worrying.” Without providing coherent explanations or valid justifications.”
Credentials of the Spanish Consulate in Havana
The text notes that “this lack of clarity and transparency not only constitutes a violation of the rights of applicants, but also casts serious doubt on the legitimacy and fairness of the system, indicating the existence of possible links between third parties (natural or legal persons)” Calculating profit from weaknesses Potential in information communications.
Likewise, the letter, signed by the United Spaniards Descendants coalition, urges that “the integrity of government institutions must exercise their work to restore the confidence of citizens through concrete and transparent actions.”
“We urge the relevant authorities to address this situation quickly and seriously to ensure a fair, transparent and efficient process for all citizens,” they say.
“Very good. It was very clear and concise. With Law 52 the documents were sent and they sent the date, day and time of appointment, but a lot of nonsense gives way to corruption,” commented one of those affected.
Another person said: “I fully support this letter, the massive denial of credentials and now with the delay of up to 6 months has been extremely unfair.”
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