June 25, 2022
US ambassador to Haiti condemns abandonment of 'inhumane' deportation of immigrants;  Understand the crisis world

US ambassador to Haiti condemns abandonment of ‘inhumane’ deportation of immigrants; Understand the crisis world

The U.S. special envoy to Haiti resigned on Thursday (23), two months after his appointment, and condemned the letter. Joe Biden’s government deports thousands of Haitians crossing the border from Mexico.

“I do not consider it necessary to comment on such fabrications,” said David Cook, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau.

In a letter to Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, he described Food Haiti as “a place where security forces are locked up because of the dangers posed by armed groups controlling daily life.”

“Lost in Poverty, Hostage to Terrorism”, Haitian PopulationIt cannot withstand the forced arrival of thousands of migrants returning without food, shelter and money, without causing human tragedy. Avoidable extras, he wrote.

“More refugees will only increase frustration and crime,” he wrote.

According to the Associated Press Agency, this could be the biggest move to evict immigrants in decades.

Futin’s resignation came after the US government boarded a Haitian flight back home from Mexico last week.

Haitians are part of a wave of thousands of detainees detained for weeks in the Mexican cities of Tapasula (southern border with Guatemala) and Citadel Acuna (northern, Texas border).

How did the immigrants to the US border come in droves?

Haitians are mainly from Brazil and Chile, where they migrated after the 2010 earthquake, which caused nearly 200,000 deaths in Haiti.

The United States is beginning to deport Haitians en masse, and the UN warns that the evictions could be violated

Immigrant crosses Rio Grande on September 20, 2021 and arrives in the United States with a baby on his shoulders – Photo: Felix Marquez

Since March 2020, Mexico has accepted immigrants from Central America who have tried to enter the United States but have not been able to obtain a visa.

However, only people from three countries can enter Mexico: Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

Haitians trying to enter the United States are looking for other routes from Guatemala, Honduras and Salvador to other parts of the river that separates the country from Mexico.

Immigrants who have crossed the river are waiting on the American side until they are ordered to go to a camp. Some tried to return to Mexico.

Mexico has already announced that it will begin deporting Haitians to their home country. There is still a large immigrant group trying to move to the United States and currently in Guatemala.

A total of 12,000 people camped near a bridge in Del Rio, Texas, are expected to be evacuated. They came to the United States via the municipality of Ciudad Aguana in Mexico.

In addition, thousands of people are reported to be stranded near the Colombia-Panama border. Some of them are moving to the United States.

What is the effect of this situation in the United States?

U.S. border patrol agent tries to stop U.S. border immigrant on September 19, 2021 – Photo: Paul Radge / AFP

The crisis is putting pressure on the Biden government, with some Americans already wanting to restrict the arrival of immigrants, but, on the other hand, there has been widespread denial of recent footage of US border agents riding horses and attacking immigrants who appeared to be a whip near Rio Grande.

Pictures of the arrival of the deportees at Haiti’s main airport are also causing outrage. On the plane.