Thousands of African migrants riot in Mexico

After 11 days of protests in Tapachula, Chiapas, the Assembly of African Migrants denounced they are being victims of discrimination; 90% of regularization requests are rejected by Mexican authorities

In the Mexican southern border, there are over 3,000 stranded African migrants that cannot obtain their regularization or continue to the United States, informed the Assembly of African Migrants. Mexico is facing a migrant crisis

After 11 days of protests outside the 21st Century Migration Station, in Tapachula, Chiapas, the organization created by the foreigners denounced that they are victims of discrimination.

Migrants from at least 17 countries in Africa protest outside the 21st Century Migration Station on the southern border of Mexico.

African migrants protest on the southern border of Mexico, ask the authorities for permits to be able to continue on their way to the United States and seek a better quality of life.

The reason is that they have been stranded for more than three months waiting for an exit job that allows them to continue on their way to the United States and seek a better quality of life.

Given the refusal of the authorities of the National Institute of Migration (INM), African migrants have protested peacefully dancing and singing, but they have not listened to them.

That is why activists filed for Amparo’s to see the possibility that they can leave the southern border of Mexico.

Activists point out that the Federal Government authorities are violating the human rights of migrants by keeping them stranded in Mexico, so they demand that the president of the country, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), not impose the immigration policies of the president of the United States, Donald Trump

Extracontinental migrants have been protesting on the southern border of Mexico.

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They ask the Federal Government authorities for an exit job so they can continue on their way to the United States because they say that in their countries there are no jobs and their children are starving, so they have to emigrate in search of a better quality of life.

Source: notimex, hispantv, el universal

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