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June 20
12:24 2019

THE NATIONAL GUARD AND THE POLICE HAVE BEEN DEPLOYED

Newsroom/El Comercio de Colorado

Mexico has stepped up their military and law enforcement presence at their southern border, to try to stop the flow of immigrants that arrive there in their way to the U.S. Since mid-June, more than 400 members of the National Guard were deployed at the more than 400-miles-long border that separates the two countries. An increased presence of National Guard officials throughout the region are visible as tougher measures against immigrants, mostly from Central America, take place.

Groups of immigration officials and the National Guard, as well as other forces are seen around hotels, markets, streets, and roads in the cities of Tapachula, Suchiate, Huehuetán and Huixtla, The plan established by the Mexican government has been deployed in about 50 per cent of its scope and it is expected to be completed by June 25th, said the Mexican Undersecretary for Latin America and the Caribbean, Maximiliano Reyes Zúñiga.

Immigration policy is progressing satisfactorily and immigrants are receiving attention, food and health care, although some people who is waiting for their situation to be defined, are not happy. Colum, a woman from El Salvador who has lived in Mexico for the past here weeks, has been sleeping on the streets for the past two days to be close to the offices of Mexico’s Commission for Refugee Assistance (COMAR). “I am scared. Yesterday they were in every corner and I retreated because I heard immigration agents captured some people and ripped the papers that COMAR had given to them,” she said.

New leadership at the NIM

Faustino, a neighbor from Tapachula, Chiapas, said the presence of the National Guard is good for the city because they help “guarantee security and prevent robberies and assaults that are raiding Tapachula and Suchiate.” Meanwhile, the National Immigration Institute (NIM) changed their leadership in light of the agreement between Mexico and the U.S. to reduce the transit of immigrants through Mexico’s territory within the next 45 days. In exchange for this, the U.S. won’t impose tariffs on Mexican products being imported to the U.S.

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