Whereas Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador On tour abroad, more than 1,500 migrants from 38 countries were intercepted by immigration officials in a single day.
Most of the migrants were from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, countries where AMLO visited Central America to discuss, among other issues, the migration crisis.
according to interior secretaryThrough National Institute of Migration (INM)On May 6, more than 1,500 migrants were insured while the president was in El Salvador to deal with migration issues.
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as announced by INMThis total is 1,608. Was migrantsFrom 38 countries, of which 1,398 were adults, 424 were women and 974 were men, the rest were minors, 82 women and 128 men, who remained under protection. System for holistic development of the family (DIF) of the unit in which he was detained.
while the president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Was on a work tour of Central America and the Caribbean, stopped more than 1,500 migrants with irregular migration in the countrysame day immigration officer,
at least 158 minors They were accompanied by their relatives (69 women and 89 men), while 52 traveled alone (13 women and 39 men).
During the operation carried out by the authorities, four vehicles were seized in Tamaulipas and one in Tlaxcala, which were placed at the disposal of the police. Public Ministry.
Of the total number of insured persons, there were 374 in Chiapas; 262 in Baja California; 199 in Nuevo León; in 168 Mexico City, 152 in Tabasco; 111 in Coahuila; 97 in Tamaulipas; 50 in Veracruz; 47 in San Luis Potosí; 26 in Quintana Roo and 22 in Sonora.
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In addition, other arrests were made in Oaxaca, Puebla, Chihuahua, Tlaxcala, Yucatán, Jalisco and Sinaloa, without specifying the number of uninsured migrants in each state.
One of the President’s Strategies Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Countries in the region to cope with the migrant crisis have adopted key programs of their administration: “Young People Building the Future” and “Sembrando Vida”, to promote food self-sufficiency, to protect the countryside and So that people get financial assistance on strengthening their habits of working in youth companies or workshops.