Mexican Government Passes a Resolution Condemning Anti-Immigrant Actions
Mexican Government Passes a Resolution Condemning “Xenophobic” Anti-Immigrant Actions in the U.S. and Construction of a Border Fence

Mexican Government should keep their dumb assess out of U.S. affairs!


The National Association of Former Border Patrol Officers (NAFBPO) extracts and condenses the material that follows from Mexican and Central and South American on-line media sources on a daily basis. You are free to disseminate this information, but we request that you credit NAFBPO as being the provider.La Prensa (Mexico City) (“O.E.M.”: large nationwide newspaper chain) 1/18/08

The “Permanent Commission” of the Mexican Senate “expressed its most energetic repudiation concerning the xenophobic actions materialized in the United States against Mexican emigrants.”

A resolution approved by senators of all political parties “also stated its opposition to round-ups and massive deportations of Mexicans carried out by American immigration authorities.”

The accord exhorts the Executive Branch to use all diplomatic and consular channels for the purpose of emphasizing protective and defensive activities for those countrymen victims of human rights violations in the neighboring country. It also condemned the construction by the United States of a fence on the northern border and pointed out that neither fences nor restrictive walls are what is needed to stimulate the integration and cooperation between the two nations.

The legislators stated they were for an “integral migratory reform” which supports a framework of shared responsibility, aids family reunification and preserves human rights and international law.

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