Only when hundreds of desperate men and women accumulate in a port like Arguineguín, in Gran Canaria, does the alarm go off.

In small groups they are invisible and their most repeated activity is the servitude of reaching out and lowering their heads.

But when they accumulate they take on the dimension of a problem.

A political problem.

A government problem.

Another issue for which one and the other will entangle without assuming commitments and without saving strength to find a solution.

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