Wednesday, May 31, 2023

DeSantis points to AMLO for Grupo Milenio “a disaster on its hands”

The governor of Florida, Republican Ron DeSantis, this Friday pointed to a “disaster” in Mexico, reversing a criticism made by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador about the US federal immigration policies implemented in that state.

“You have the Mexican president (Lopez Obrador) criticizing Florida for having laws against illegal immigration; They have a disaster on their hands, they have (drug trafficking) cartels that are completely out of control that rule their country,” DeSantis said.

In addition, the Governor Donald Trump’s Potential Opponent In the Republican primary to elect that party’s presidential nominee in 2024, he called for allowing “millions” of immigrants to pass through the country for the purpose of reaching the border with the United States and entering illegally. lashed out at the Mexican authorities for.

Last Monday morning, López Obrador accused DeSantis of using the measures against migrants to boost his potential presidential candidacy.

“He is taking repressive, inhumane measures against migrants because he wants to be a candidate, why can’t he make another proposal to convince people? He needs people’s pain, migrant’s pain, people to get political crackdown. It’s immoral, it’s political,” he remarked.

Also last Thursday he warned against “opportunistic politicians” in the United States who are interested in getting a border conflict.

Specifically, he referred to the Republican governors of Texas, Greg Abbott and from Florida, Ron DeSantis.

The new state immigration law will go into effect in Florida on July 1. Among its most prominent measures, companies with more than 25 employees will be required to use E-Verify, a federal system for e-verifying employees. expatriate status people they want to appoint.

In addition, it would mandate hospitals that accept public Medicaid insurance to collect data on the immigration status of their patients, which means that Many undocumented immigrants avoid receiving medical treatment According to the opponents of the ideal.

On the other hand, transporting undocumented persons from another state to Florida can result in up to 15 years in prison.

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