What do U think Mexico Warns of Retaliation for New Arizona Law THE US WILL NOT HAVE THESE LAWS PER MEXICO?
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July 24, 2019 / By Zia Question:
MEXICO CITY -- The Mexican government warned that it would reconsider its relations with Arizona after the state's governor signed the nation's toughest bill on illegal immigration into law on Friday, reports La Opinión. "The law signed by Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer affects relations between Arizona and Mexico and forces the Mexican government to reconsider the feasibility and utility of cooperation with Arizona," said Mexican Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa in a nine-paragraph statement. She did not take any questions from the press.
Espinosa announced that the Mexican government would provide consular protection and legal advice and assistance to Mexicans in Arizona through its five consulates in the state, and would "use all the resources at its disposal to defend the rights and dignity of Mexicans." Espinosa said the Mexican government had already taken "various measures" to convey its concerns to the state of Arizona, but that these were ignored.
On his Twitter feed, Mexican Ambassador to the United States Arturo Sarukan called the new law "racial discrimination." Sarukan said he recognized the sovereignty of the state to make its own public policies governing its territory, but that when it came to the violation of human rights, he could not remain indifferent.
"Criminalization is not the way to resolve the phenomenon of immigration," he wrote. "It is imperative to recognize that we face a shared challenge of a transnational nature."
He also criticized the governor of Arizona for not valuing the contributions of immigrants to the economy, society and culture of the state and across the United States.
Best Answers: What do U think Mexico Warns of Retaliation for New Arizona Law THE US WILL NOT HAVE THESE LAWS PER MEXICO?
Slade | 3 days ago
I think that if they want anyone to take them seriously, perhaps they should start worrying about the rights and dignity of Mexicans inside Mexico first!
The Mexicans in Arizona who are not in the US with the proper legal paperwork should be handled by their respective consulate in the same manner as French, Chinese, or Indian folks in the same position. That position is clear, protect them from being abused, enslaved, or the victims of any Internationally known human rights abuses from happening to them. Unfortunately the Mexican consulate is not focused on this but is instead in the business of exporting its labor onto the US market at all costs!
Anyway, I wonder what happens to an American who chooses to live in Mexico illegally and demands protection? That is right, he gets abused, forced to pay bribes, and a victim of one of the most corrupt governments in the Northern Hemisphere. Just like ordinary Mexican citizens. At least they are consistent!
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Originally Answered: Mexican cultural differences in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado?
I'm no expert (aside from being half chicano), but I noticed slang/spanglish differences when I lived in CA (I'm from TX). They told me my slang was funny in that it was old fashioned. It was after that when I learned a lot of my family used Calo, which explained matters.
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I myself am Mexican/American and do believe we are a beautiful country fighting for what is right
but also believe if we put so much money into keeping out illegals find a way that they could buy or earn work visas for only American picked jobs and taxed. Which would be the jobs that we see our fellow aliens doing now landscaping,dish washing and so forth.That way our gov. knows were to find these working legal aliens. though a very clean record and clean past would need to be proved.Once caught here illegally never a second chance. ow we set our border open to the good and our gov chases only the percent of other nationalities that want to enter our country by breaking laws.
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Hypocritical, to say the least.
Let's see... IF ARIZONA WERE TO ADOPT MEXICO'S IMMIGRATION POLICIES:
There will be no special bilingual programs in the schools, no special ballots for elections,all government business will be conducted in our language.
Foreigners will NOT have the right to vote no matter how long they are here. Foreigners will NEVER be able to hold political office.
Foreigners will not be a burden to the taxpayers. No welfare, no food stamps, no health care, or other government assistance programs.
Foreigners can invest in this country, but it must be an amount equal to 40,000 times the daily minimum wage.
If foreigners do come and want to buy land that will be okay, BUT options will be restricted. You are not allowed waterfront property. That is reserved for citizens naturally born into this
Foreigners may not protest; no demonstrations, no waving a foreign flag, no political organizing, no bad-mouthing our president or his policies, if you do you will be sent home.
If you do come to this country illegally, you will be hunted down and sent straight to jail.
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I had noticed that there was a statement about us not valuing immigrants contributions, if he is so concerned with their ability to help a government shouldnt he want them to be turned back to his country?
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Originally Answered: AMERICA HAS LOST TO MEXICO. I AM OUTRAGED WITH THE GOVERNMENT AND MEXICO.?
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