20 countries sign Los Angeles Declaration for legal migration despite political conflict


Madrid will double the number of work routes for Honduras to participate in circular migration programs

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President Joe Biden (c) with Colombian President Ivan Duque (left) and Paraguay, Mario Abdo Bentez, at the Summit of the Americas.
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Saved by the campaign, Joe Biden received a “historic commitment” in favor of legal stays. Twenty countries in the region, some of which had presidents who did not travel to California to show their trouble with the United States, signed the Los Angeles Declaration on Migration and Protection on Friday, which represents unprecedented progress and Reflects a certain unity of action beyond the political. The conflict that marked the IX summit of America.

“This is the first time in the hemisphere that we meet to share responsibility for the migrant challenge,” concluded Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, when visiting Venezuela, Honduras, Cuba, Haiti and other countries in the region. Thousands of people were displaced.

Expectations were so low and political pressure from the three dictators and their allies was so high in the decibels that the White House finally feels a certain relief when the country inquires in Los Angeles, on what is happening around the process. focuses. Capitol storm.

Spain is involved in the final agreement, according to a document distributed by the US administration. Madrid will double the number of job routes so that Honduras Participate in circular migration programs.

20 countries (USA, Canada, Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Haiti, Jamaica, Costa Rica, Panama, Belize, Barbados, Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Paraguay, Chile, Peru, Uruguay and Argentina) are targeted. Strengthening legal migration, strengthening economic assistance to the most disadvantaged and facilitating the return of those who have been rejected. The fight against climate change, which has hit Central America and the Caribbean so hard and pushed migration, also has a separate chapter in the agreements.

with The first package of $314 million, Washington promotes humanitarian “relief” for vulnerable refugees and migrants, including Venezuelans, one of the largest migrants on the planet. Among its specific commitments, it also highlights that it will receive 20,000 Latino refugees over the next two years.

A pilot program, worth $65 million, will promote temporary work for temporary workers in Central America and Haiti. Both Canada (50,000 workers) and Mexico (20,000) would integrate refugees into their labor market.

is one of the great pending topics asylum system at its borders, Overwhelmed by waves of migrants today. Since last month, the administration has tried to expedite the processing of applications for those who meet the requirements.

“Declaration, which includes important commitments To promote safe, orderly and legal migration, This is positive because it undoubtedly responds to the urgent need to address the challenges and abuses faced by millions of migrants in America,” said Tamara Tarasiuk, Acting Director of America’s at Human Rights Watch (HRW).

“On paper it sounds good, but everything will depend on the implementation and above all how they manage the border,” Maria Puerta Rira, professor of US government in Florida, told EL Mundo.

For now, a relief for Biden, “who is facing a difficult domestic situation: Inflation and the price of gasoline continue to rise and the stock market has broken record bottoms. The Democratic president has a priority: from a more serious defeat.” To avoid what is expected for mid-term elections in November”, the politician concluded.

Trump supporters accused the government of promoting illegal immigration, while Biden’s own supporters reminded him of his election promise to “humanize” emigration.

Despite the fact that the agreement has been signed by some of its allies, such as Mexico and Argentina, Havana’s reaction was swift. “This is an example of its (USA) racist, xenophobic and plundering vision of migrants. It does not in any way understand the real reasons for migration,” said Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez. All governments are involved.

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