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Migrant caravan leaves southern Mexico in fear after tragedy in Texas

Tapachula (Mexico), Jul 1 (EFE) .- A new caravan with nearly 4,000 migrants left this Friday from the southern border of Mexico to the United States with demands for security and free transit for fear of suffering a tragedy like that of the 53 migrants who have died from overcrowding in a trailer in Texas since Monday. The migrants, mostly from Central America and Venezuela, left at dawn from Tapachula, bordering Guatemala, bound for the municipality of Huixtla, where they will request trucks and temporary permits to travel through Mexican territory. Travelers demand conditions to avoid a tragedy like the one that occurred a few days ago in the US city of San Antonio, Texas, where 53 people have died of suffocation and dehydration, including 27 Mexicans, seven Guatemalans and 14 Hondurans, according to the Government of Mexico. . The Venezuelan Daniel Veo denounced that walking and getting on a trailer or private units can have fatal consequences when choosing routes that are not advisable because sometimes his migrant companions have lost their lives. “We are asking that they remain in organized groups because we are in a country that does not belong to us and (we ask) to maintain good behavior in order to continue with destiny, which is the United States,” he told Efe. THE MEXICAN WALL This is the tenth caravan and the third largest of the year leaving Tapachula, in search of documents to travel through Mexican territory and reach the United States. Like the United States, the Government of Mexico has also faced criticism for the deployment of almost 30,000 agents of the Armed Forces on the northern and southern borders for migratory tasks, which forces migrants to seek alternative routes. For the caravan this Friday, the Mexican authorities sent three contingents of the National Guard to the checkpoint located in the community of Viva México, where they now limited themselves to observing the transit of the caravan, which celebrated with cries of “Yes it could, yes it could”! Tired, exhausted, hungry, without water, but with the hope of reaching the migratory checkpoint, where they will be able to request some document, the migrants of this caravan passed through the second migratory checkpoint in Huehuetán without the hassle of any migratory authority or the Guard. National. Venezuelan Irma de Jesús Torre, who arrived in Tapachula a month and a half ago, said she is afraid to travel because the authorities of the National Migration Institute (INM) detain them and lock them up in the Siglo 21 immigration station. “We face many obstacles that Immigration puts on us because there is insecurity everywhere,” he denounced. In addition, she commented that she is not going to get on the trailers because she is afraid and she and her family may suffer an accident. The Texas tragedy has evoked memories for the caravan of the overturning of a migrant truck that left nearly 60 dead last December in Chiapas, near the Guatemalan border. The migrants intend to walk this day a total of 52 kilometers to the migration checkpoint located in Huixtla, from where they intend to continue their journey to the north of the country in the coming days. At highway points, elements of the National Guard installed checkpoints to prevent migrants from traveling on tricycles, motorcycles and public transport units with the argument of guaranteeing their safety. RECORD MIGRATORY FLOW The caravan reflects a record migratory flow to the United States, whose Customs and Border Protection (CBP) office detected more than 1.7 million undocumented immigrants on the border with Mexico in fiscal year 2021, which ended last September 30. The Mexican government reported an 89% year-on-year increase in the number of migrants presented or channeled by the immigration authority in the first quarter of 2022, adding 77,626 from January to March. (c) EFE Agency

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