A new caravan of migrants, mostly from Central America, has left Tapachula, Chiapas this morning for Mexico City, where they are seeking regularization.
The members of the Karava are accused of not having a solution to their asylum claims.
Haitians in the unit are rare because, for the most part, they have chosen to wait for their immigration procedures to resolve without leaving the city.
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Ireneo Mujica, director of Pueblos Unidos Migrantes, and Luis Villagrane, of the Center for Human Dignity, organized the pedestrians, who left Tapachula at 7 a.m.
According to Ireneo Mujica, of Pueblos Sen Fronteras, many migrants have been waiting months for a decision from the Mexican Commission for Refugee Assistance and the National Institute for Migration.
The migrant caravan is leaving Tapachula this morning for CDMX.
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Around 10:30 AM, the convoy passed the first candidate and attempted containment by Mexican security forces.
Upon reaching the point known as Viva Mexico on the Tapachula-Tapanatepec coastal highway, the migrants threw themselves and overcame the first siege by elements of the Highway Police and the National Guard, according to information from the newspaper. Reshape.
The policemen in armor were waiting for them at the fence, but the unit managed to advance.
This is how the convoy of immigrants overcame the first siege of police officers and members of the National Guard on their way to Mexico City. pic.twitter.com/281BGXmwGX
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