The Israeli court accepted the petition of aunt Aya, legal guardian of little Eitan, who had said she did not trust the Peleg family and had refused to take the child back to the home of her maternal grandparents.
It will have to be negotiated a new agreement on the encounters between the Peleg family, paternal aunt Aya Biran and little Eitan, the only survivor of the Mottarone tragedy, and the encounters with the child’s maternal family must be supervised.
The Israeli court upheld the concerns of his paternal aunt, legal guardian of the child, and has arranged for the negotiation of “a new agreement providing for third-party surveillance for Eitan’s visits to the Peleg family.” According to aunt Aya Biran’s lawyers, the woman “is complying with the instructions of the Israeli judicial authority, which evidently considers third party supervision necessary in the event of contacts between Eitan and the Peleg family”.
The child is still with his aunt, who after the court ruling that the child must return to Italy – based on the provisions of the Hague Convention – had not brought Eitan back to the home of her maternal grandparents. According to what the lawyers had said, Biran had decided to keep Eitan with him because he does not trust his maternal grandparents Schmuel Peleg and Esther Cohen. It was they who denounced the fact that Aya had not brought their grandson back to them, as foreseen by the temporary agreement reached between the families after grandfather Schmuel had brought Eitan to Israel, in fact taking him away from his legal guardian. The man is under investigation in Italy for kidnapping, precisely for this episode.
October 27, 2021 (change October 27, 2021 | 21:05)
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