Moroccan man lights himself on fire for Embassy in Madrid

The man, Mustapha el y., tried to set fire to themselves Wednesday for the Moroccan Embassy in Madrid for attention to his situation about his residence permit.

The use of fire extinguishers by the employees of the Embassy, with one of them burns on ran to the hands, could avoid the worst and save the life of the man. The man has been transferred to the hospital "La Paz" in Madrid in order to get the necessary care, reports a statement by the Embassy.A team from the Moroccan Embassy accompanied the man to the hospital and follows the State of his health, reports Lefr360.The statement said that the Embassy of the Kingdom, by way of exception, already had mediated between the Spanish authorities to the situation of Mustapha El Y., noting that the Moroccan citizen in this regard in February 2015 by the Ambassador of Morocco in Spain, Mohamed Fadel Bachaalany, was received.Mustapha El y. was summoned by the competent Spanish authorities, who had agreed to extend his residence permit for one year, on the condition that he could consult an employment contract. The proposal was refused by the man and he demanded that him a long-term resident's residence permit would be granted (five years).Since then, the Moroccan Embassy had no contact with the man before he surprised them this Wednesday by his attempt to fire themselves, the statement

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