In Chiapas, migrants carry out a march before leaving in a caravan

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In Tapachula, Chiapas, around thousand Central American, Haitian, Venezuelan and Cuban migrants They marched from Bicentenario Park towards the center of the city. After they walked three kilometers to reach the migratory station Siglo XXI, held a sit-in for two hours.

The migrants marched to protest against the slowness of refugee or humanitarian visa procedures in the offices of the Mexican Commission for Aid to Refugees (Eat).

They also protested before the mistreatment by immigration agentsfor not respecting free transit when they obtain their legal stay documentation and for security operations for foreigners who are requesting procedures.

Some migrants they chained their hands and they walked like this during the march.

This protest occurred prior to the departure of a caravan of more than three thousand migrants scheduled for next October 30.


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