Thursday , May 6 2021

The LGBT group arrives at Tijuana by bus



Eighty-five members of the LGBT community, from Honduras origin, were part of the first caravan of Central American emigrants, to a passenger bus to Tijuana, from Chiapas.

Members of the LGBT community arrived on Sunday afternoon to Tijuana on board two passenger buses after a stop in Mexicali.

On the way they were escorted by two patrols of the Federal Police, who also brought them to Tijuana.

Along with members of the community above, some women and women's children travel.

This Monday will begin & the procedures to request asylum in the United States.

Request for carriers

With complaints and requirements, 4,100 Central America reached the authorized refuge in DIF facilities in Irapuato, Guanajuato.

From 12:00 a.m. in the afternoon to 9am.m. with night and night, the shelter set in this borough was the majority of Central America who demanded something is being done so that the carriers who ask them to drive on the roads are more "friendly" and let them go up, otherwise they say, their longer trail

After the trip that took place on Sunday, from Querétaro to Irapuato, they noted "if the delay has been delayed, because most carriers do not have access to a trip now."

After arriving at Irapuato, the state government said he had provided two emergency medical care, as well as delivering more than 4 thousand food contributions and several blankets.

As well as the shelter set in the DIF of Irapuato, the Guanajuato government considered others in the cities of Celaya, San José Iturbide and León.

The Central Americans were able to cope, rest and receive psychological attention, as well as listen to Mass given by the local parish priest.

It is expected that today's caravan will continue on its way to Guadalajara, Jalisco, where he also plans to spend a night.

They offer 52,000 vacancies

The country's maquiladora industry offered 52,000 jobs to Central America who decided to stay in Ciudad Juarez and Tijuana, as their president Luis Aguirre said that this "branch would contribute to the American Central brothers, which is today in this situation, find opportunities to develop in the economic life of the country. "

Automotive sector, among others

President of the National Council of the Maquiladora Industry reported that they were companies in the automotive, electrical, electronic, aerospace, medical, homes, agro-industrial sectors, mature, with 120,000 vacancies in the country.

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With information from: Mariana Ramos and Abraham Reza


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