Mexico backs Trump’s plan to overhaul asylum rules

Mexico backs Trump’s plan to overhaul asylum rules

Mexico backs Trump’s plan to overhaul asylum rules

"There is no agreement of any sort between the incoming Mexican government and the US government", future Interior Minister Olga Sanchez told Reuters on Saturday, contradicting both Trump and an earlier Washington Post report that said a deal ― albeit an informal one ― had been struck between the two governments.

"Because of the absence, the apathy and the abandonment of the federal government, we are having to turn to global institutions like the U.N.", Figueroa said. He tweeted, "our very strong policy is Catch and Detain". Lopez Obrador will take office on December 1. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon Migrants run from tear gas, thrown by the U.S border patrol, near the border fence between Mexico and the United States in Tijuana, Mexico, November 25, 2018.

According to the proposal, migrants who wish to enter the United States for asylum from the southern border will stay in Mexico until the decision on their admission is taken.

In a statement issued on Thursday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made no mention of a deal but said that he and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen had "a constructive meeting" with Mexico's future foreign minister Marcelo Ebrard over the caravans.

But in those places, the caravan stayed at most two nights - with the exception of Mexico City.

In exchange, he hopes U.S. President Donald Trump and the Canadian government will agree to help spur economic development in the region. Indeed, for his part, President Trump announced twice yesterday via his favorite medium "If for any reason it becomes necessary, we will CLOSE our Southern Border".

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Outgoing President Enrique Pena Nieto has also sought to stem the flow of migrants north by offering jobs to them, and has received backing from the private sector in his efforts.

He claimed Central American countries are trying to dump "certain people" into the United States.

Juan Manuel Gastélum, the mayor of Tijuana, declared a humanitarian crisis last week as approximately 5,000 Central American migrants fleeing violence and poverty arrived in the city ― to the chagrin of many locals. US officials at the San Ysidro crossing generally accept no more than 100 asylum applications a day.

As of this weekend, about 5,000 migrants are in Tijuana waiting to enter the USA with majority planning to claim asylum.

Alison Leal Parker, U.S. managing director for Human Rights Watch, a New York-based rights organization, said the policy was "a pathetic attempt by the United States to shirk responsibility".

"I don't have anything against the migrants, they were the most deceived, but this is affecting us all", Vazquez said.

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