Mexican government rejects deportatiebeleid illegal immigrants by US

Mexican government rejects deportatiebeleid illegal immigrants by US

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The Mexican government has critically responded to the plans of the American government to prevent illegal migrants to Mexico, even if it’s not Mexicans.

The Mexican Foreign Affairs minister Luis Videgaray said that Mexico is the new policy of the U.S. does not want to accept.

With the introduction of the new guidelines, persons who are held to be able to demonstrate that they have two years in the United States have lived. Officials can take their expansion to accelerate without the intervention of the court if there is no evidence for the stay.

Also, illegal immigrants who are held at the border not be released pending their trial. They are now in detention centres detained.


“I want to say very clearly that the Mexican government and the Mexican population does not have plans need to accept that a government unilaterally to any other government wants to impose”, says Videgaray.

Videgaray does his statements while the American minister of Foreign Affairs, Rex Tillerson, and the secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly on a visit in Mexico.


The two American government officials in Mexico in conversation with president Enrique Peña Nieto. The relationship between the United States and Mexico has been severely disrupted since it is clear that Donald Trump does not intend to implement his plans for a wall to be built on the border with Mexico and the Mexicans to pay for to downplay. Nieto has in telephone conversations with Trump, however, made it clear not to want to pay.

Another main topic of discussion is the revision of a treaty to which the U.S. financial aid to countries in Central and South America to include drugsmisdaad to address.


The U.s. secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly was Wednesday, also on a visit in Guatemala. There, he assured that the United States is not on a large scale, illegal immigrants, deportation and the law will keep.

However, he said that people are faster to be expelled than in the last decade has happened.

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