Numerous reports say the Biden administration is considering implementing one. “Light,” “Soft” Of policy. But human and immigration rights activists say there is no humane way to stay in Mexico, as it was designed to prevent oppressive and illegally vulnerable people from their American and international asylum rights. No version of living in Mexico, human rights first. Said in a statement“Anytime can be legal, safe or humane.”
Returning refugees to dangerous Mexican border areas under the Migrant Protection Protocol (MPP) is dangerous and inhumane, if not punishable by death. Said. “In the two years since the Trump administration enacted the MPP, Human Rights has traced at least 1,544 cases of violent attacks against returnees to Mexico under the program and prosecuted them by a U.S. immigration court. Forced to wait in danger. “
Organization Thousands more incidents of violence have been reported since then. Asylum seekers and other refugees have only been deported since January, a statistic noted by lawmakers. Led by a letter El Paso Rap by Veronica Escobar and New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez. He told the Biden administration that “[i]It is quite clear that the United States cannot safely reinstate the MPP, “and that” it can re-abolish the MPP with full clarity and address any perceived breach of the procedure. To remove “
Lawmakers said, “We are deeply disappointed with the Supreme Court’s decision to reject the Biden administration’s request for an emergency in Biden v. Texas. Is forcing. ” “The MPP does not represent our values as a country and should be permanently rejected, along with many other illegal policies of the Trump administration designed to punish and deter refugees from gaining security. The court ordered that enough space be left for your administration to ensure that the MPP never again harms another person.
First human rights. Said in his report It has traced at least 6,356 acts of violence against deportees since January. “A Honduran woman was beaten with a fish in front of her 11-year-old son,” a Guatemalan man was tortured by a cartel in the attacks on deportees, investigators said. [U.S. Customs and Border Protection] CBP, “and” a transgender woman was beaten and raped by gang members at the port of Laredo, despite being addicted to blood, when the CBP expelled her from Renasa. “
He added, “The decision shows that the possible problem with the removal of your administration’s MPP was that it did not say enough to show the possible consequences of the decision to abolish it. There is a lot of weight. ” “The court did not uphold the states’ claims that the government actually has to repatriate people to Mexico under immigration laws. As Amex Briefs explained, those claims were grossly inaccurate. The administration may revoke the MPP with a full explanation and to eliminate any perceived error in the termination procedure.
In a letter to the Biden administration, lawmakers said:[i]It makes a mockery of the US asylum system to revive the policy; as CBS News notes, the Biden administration will need Mexico’s help to re-enforce the policy. Of course, “[r]Representatives of the Mexican government did not respond to questions about the status of the talks with the United States. Said.
One day, after a signed order from the Supreme Court, Judge Matthew was granted permission. Kacsmaryk’s “Wrong Wrong” Order to move forward, Sister Norma Paymentel of the Rio Grande Valley Catholic Charities. Told the border report. The decision was “not correct”, saying “just thinking it’s coming back is not right.” They Was among the greeters. First Asylum Seekers Permission to enter the United States The Biden administration began closing the program earlier this year. Now it may again have to witness the vulnerability of vulnerable people.
“Because of my experience with the MPP, I only saw that there was a lot of human suffering on the other side of the border,” he added in the report. “People were suffering a lot. It’s not right. It’s not right. It’s not morally right. And that’s why I’m worried about families. I’m worried about those who took refuge in Mexico.” Will be sent back for hearing as before. This is wrong. ” “It simply came to our notice then.[w]There should be a more humane, more respectable policy for human life than the MPP.