Sunday, June 4, 2023

Panama awaits Title 8 effects in the United States

Panama, where were you this year 145,000 irregular migrants Heading to North America, it is preparing to face “any ramifications” the end of Title 42 has in the US, which allowed the expulsion of these people. COVID-19 Pandemic.

Afterwards Eve’s End Of Title 42 The US now implements Title 8, the rule that historically controls immigration, and, in addition, Washington announced new measures that Restrict access to request asylum at your southern border with mexico.

“Now, Changes to Title 42 and Title 8We must prepare ourselves for any impact this transition may have on the United States, and that’s what we’re doing today, evaluating, seeing the abilities we have”, said Panama’s Minister of Public Security, juan manuel pino During a tour of the Darien Gap.

Darien Gap is a dangerous jungle It serves as the border between Panama and Colombia. It is being used by thousands of expatriates from all over the world who travel to the United States from the south of the continent. An unprecedented migration crisis in the region.

Many wilderness experiences are terrifying: deaths, rapes, assaults, suicides, The wild environment of an inhospitable jungle plagued with the typical dangers and consequences of criminal gangs are on this journey They are champions in this.

“We are still seeing a flow of migrants that is increasing,” Pino said. Who recalled that last year Panama received almost 250,000 people in mobility at its immigration stations, an unprecedented figure that could double this year If the rate of arrival remains the same.

Panama” has performed well. Last year about 250,000 people, this year there are already 145,000 ”, Pino said all have been processed at immigration stations, where they are offered health care and food.

“Safety, humane treatment, is a joint mechanism that we are focusing on,” Highlighted the Minister of Panama.

with the owner of pino National Border Service (Armyfront)Oriel Ortega, and director of National Migration Service, Samira Gozaine visited the jungle this Friday by helicopter and reached the Cañas Blancas sector, two kilometers away colombian border As explained by the Minister.

In 30 minutes they were at the place “about 100 migrants passed” Of whom “50 were children and minors. It’s irresponsible,” said Pino, who insisted that “Darien is not a trail, it’s a national park in Panama”.

“I think on the south side they have to block these people from passing through” In the woods, he said.

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