Published On: Thu, Feb 23rd, 2017

Mexico expresses strong objection to the US’ new deportation rules










As the US government is preparing to deport all undocumented immigrants into Mexico regardless of where there are from or where they are born, the furious Mexican government has expressed strong objection to the new deportation rule established by the US’ new Trump regime that enables them to do so, threatening that they would approach the United Nations to get justice and reminding the US authorities that they know very well how to protect their borders. While speaking to the Media personals, the Mexican Foreign Minister, Luis Videgaray, claims that it is a unilateral decision taken by the United States and it is totally unacceptable and condemnable. It is learned that the United States has sent two officials into the furious neighbour country to discuss the latest development. Now, the prime question before us is that does the US have authority to force these laws on its neighbour, Mexico. Recently, the US President, Donald Trump, who has a strong anti-immigrant stand, insisted Mexico to contribute their share of money in the US’ unilateral attempt to create a wall between US and Mexico. Earlier, during the Obama’s regime, the forced deportation was only applied to those immigrants, who had been convicted of some serious crimes, and on those were found living in the country illegally for less than two weeks and were within 100 miles from the border.  As per the new rules, those people who are found living in the country for less than two years illegally will be deported immediately. The latest report says that nearly eleven million illegal immigrants are presently living in the US.


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Mexico expresses strong objection to the US’ new deportation rules