View Full Version : Mexico Deports Thousands of Central Americans Back to Conflict-Ridden Countries

01-26-2018, 02:29 PM
Nearly 40 percent of those detained were in violation of the non-refoulement, Amnesty International stated in its report.

The Mexican government has been sending thousands of Central American asylum seekers back to their conflict-ridden countries where they fear persecution, a new Amnesty International report claims.

The report, based on a survey of nearly 500 people, said Mexico's National Migration Institute, INM, is violating the non-refoulement principle, an international law which bars a country to send back the asylum seekers in fear of persecution.

Nearly 40 percent of those detained were in violation of non-refoulement, Amnesty International said in its report, whereas 75 percent of those detained by the INM were not informed of their right to seek asylum in Mexico

Good for Mexico. We should use them as an example, in particular if we are deporting Mexican citizens back to Mexico.


Dlr Pyro
01-26-2018, 04:12 PM
how racist and hateful of them....