Rejected petition Stop Penally Army Camp Being Used To Home Asylum Seekers

Penally is situated close to Tenby and The Largest Secondary School in the area many elderly people live in Penally and this is causing great concern to them and the families.
No public consultation took place this was all discussed behind closed doors.
The local MP's have shown they have no respect for the electorate.
This is Wales not North Korea, Russia or China the government have behaved like a dictatorship regarding this proposal.

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The area has no permanent doctors appointments are hard to get.
The Doctors Dentists and Hospitals aren't equipped to have such an influx of people it stretched to its limits already.
Homelessness exists in the community we should concentrate on helping people who cant afford such privilege.

Why was this petition rejected?

It’s about something that the Senedd or Welsh Government is not responsible for.

Petitions to the Senedd must call for a specific action that falls within the powers of the Senedd or Welsh Government.

This issue is the responsibility of the Home Office and the Ministry of Defence as the owners of Penally Training Camp. The UK Government is responsible for the Home Office and defence matters.

As a result, it is not possible for the Senedd to take the action called for by your petition.

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