Justice ordered the government to coordinate the return of two stranded passengers to United States suffering from health problems. The decision was adopted by criminal chamber judges Mauro Divito and Juan Esteban Cicciaro, who gave the chief of staff 24 hours to comply with the resolution. announced it TN.
The measure benefits two passengers who cannot return home due to new restrictions imposed by the government to prevent the entry of the Delta variant of the coronavirus, considered to be much more contagious.
The decision does not reach the companions and relatives of the two travelers, as they have not proven to have health issues such as those that prompted the resolution.
Thus, the magistrates resulted in two Habeas Corpus presented by two people stranded after traveling to the United States before the government imposed serious restrictions on entry into the country, with a daily quota of 600 passengers.
It is estimated that tens of thousands of Argentines found themselves stranded abroad without the possibility of immediately returning to the country.
Travelers benefiting from the court ruling will have to undergo checks before their trip and upon arrival at Ezeiza International Airport. In addition, they must comply with compulsory isolation, as the decree warns.
Who are the passengers
The decision benefited Gerard Hugo Sarayottis Yes Cristian Masarik |, two passengers currently stranded in the United States.
The resolution ordered the chief of staff of ministers that, through the intervention of the corresponding ministries or agencies and within 24 hours of the notification of the measure, “to carry out the coordination urgent entry into Argentine territoryâOf the two passengers.
The judgment known this Thursday indicated that “the request of Gerardo Hugo Sarayottis, who – according to the evidence provided – has a history of cerebral hematoma secondary to cerebral cavernoma, which is why he is under strict neurological treatment and must consume the prescribed drugs daily, since he has undergone surgeries – during years 2010 and 2011-, a condition which – within the limited framework that this action supposes – has been sufficiently accredited and with respect to which the national State has not contested its seriousness.
In addition, they clarified that it corresponds to demand access in favor of Cristian Carlos Masarik, who was to return on July 3, because – according to the accompanying medical certificate – “he suffers from a supraventricular arrhythmia for which he is under chronic control and treatment, a condition which – within the limited framework that this action implies – has been sufficiently accredited and the seriousness of which the national State has not disputed either â. He also reported that he was out of medication he was taking, the resolution says.
The decision also warned that “the return of residents to the country is not strictly prohibited but limited” to 600 people per day.
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