Local August 31, 2022 | 10:25 am

Dominicans among ‘caravan’ trekking through Mexico

Mexico.- A caravan with nearly 1,000 migrants, the seventh to form in southern Mexico in August alone, left early Tuesday morning from Tapachula, on the border with Guatemala, because the National Institute Immigration (INM) refuses to issue temporary permits.

The contingent of people organized and formed a new caravan in less than 24 hours in which the majority of men travel from Venezuela, Ecuador, the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Honduras and other Central American countries, but also about 150 children and hundreds of women.

Seven caravans have left Tapachula in the last month to walk to San Pedro Tapanatepec, in the neighboring state of Oaxaca, where they hope to get permission to travel through Mexico to the border with the United States.

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Ramon Garcia
August 31, 2022 11:20 am

A caravan financed and media covered by George Soros to justify illegal immigration and open border. 🙂 NO TO ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION!

August 31, 2022 9:10 pm
Reply to  Ramon Garcia

Nah, just hungry people in a destabilized world! Not that deep or unfamiliar.

Julio Rodriguez
December 16, 2022 12:58 pm
Reply to  Ramon Garcia

Ramon Garcia–another Deplorable.. we have so many in this country. Pero que cosa e.

Donde esta Trujillo.. porque ese si que no dejaria a Ramon salir del pais.