Olga Sánchez Cordero, announced that the program Christmas in your House will be created, to facilitate that migrants who are in Mexico and wish to return to their countries of origin do so and spend these festive dates with their families.
The Secretary of the Interior, Olga Sanchez Cordero , announced that the program Christmas in your House will be created , to facilitate that migrants who are in Mexico and wish to return to their countries of origin do so and spend these festive dates with their families.
In a press conference, the federal official indicated that with this plan it is foreseen to accelerate any procedure for migrants to return to their homes and as well as those that are required to request refuge in Mexico.
He said that in the morning he visited the migration station of Iztapalapa to know the situation of the people who are there and after seeing the conditions in that space, he decided to continue with those visits in other points, “we are going to change the policy, we are going to have the migrant as the holder of full rights. ”
He said that this program will be carried out so that all the facilities are given, so that the people who voluntarily want to return to their places of origin do so and do not stay in the migratory stations.
The one in charge of the internal politics of the country recognized that she did not like the conditions of the migratory station of Iztapalapa, to which it came of surprise, reason why it will change the policy and they will have to the migrant like a person with full rights in the country, that It is a hospitable nation.
Sánchez Cordero said they will expedite any process so that these migrants can return to their homes and also for those who want to seek refuge in the country.
He warned that he will continue with the visits to migratory stays in a surprising way without warning, to see the real conditions and added that they will change the policies in the National Institute of Migration (INM) and eradicate the corruption that exists.
Source: El Economista
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