Being vulnerable doesn’t stop you from being kicked out of the house

BarcelonaEl Segundo, the neighbor of Sants in Barcelona who was thrown into the void a week ago when he was about to be evicted, had a report on the vulnerability of social services. The document said he did not have “sufficient financial income” to access a new home. Why didn’t this report serve to enforce the moratorium that stops evictions and prevent them from being evicted from the Second House? It is the question that has resonated since this suicide transpired and that does not get the same answer depending on who is being asked. But what reveals the second eviction and death of the Segundo are the difficulties in recognizing a situation of despair and the margin of interpretation left by the state moratorium.

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