Friday, June 9, 2023

Expatriates, mainly Haitians, crowd Giordano Bruno Square

Mexico.- Dozens of migrants once again occupied the Plaza Giordano Bruno, located in the Juarez neighborhood.

For several days, approximately 1,500 Haitians have been occupying the above-mentioned location and adjacent streets, demanding to obtain the necessary documents to be able to transit through Mexican territory and later on to the country’s northern border. Can go and cross over to the other side. “Dream” come true. American”.

Unfortunately, the migrants living in Giordano Bruno Park do not have access to water, toilets or food.

The camera and microphone of FOCUS-NEWS once again visited the place where it is practically impossible to walk through the tents put up by the migrants.

“We are in a very serious situation, we have nowhere to sleep, where to urinate, nothing, nothing. When it rains we have no place to sleep, it is a very serious situation. I want the authorities here to do something for us.”

Some migrants confirmed that they would definitely stay in Mexico and complete the necessary procedures to rebuild their lives in this country, as the United States is not an option due to its difficulties.

“If my idea is to stay in Mexico to work and support my family. I don’t know about the latter, but for now my idea is to work here, live here and buy a house here.”

Meanwhile, dozens of migrants, including women and children, face the inclement weather without a roof to sleep and defecate.

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