The immigration system ended the judicial decision, which was introduced in the United States by Donald Trump, the President of the United States. His execution forced thousands of immigrants to wait in Mexico until their trial on American soil.
The Senate ended a legal battle between the Biden administration, which wanted to repeal the measure, and the states of Texas and Missouri.
Biden suspended this roadmap on his first day in office pending review, but in response to a Texas-led lawsuit, the courts were forced to reinstate the measure last December.
The states of Texas and Missouri argued in their lawsuit that the Migrant Protocol Program (MPP), its official name, represents a burden on the states because migrants use public services to obtain both driver’s licenses and hospital care.
In June, the Supreme Court ruled that the president had the power to repeal the program. During this reign, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), led by Alejandro Mayorkas, made a brief statement to “end their efforts legally as quickly as possible”.
The government of the Supreme Court returned the legal complaint to the lower courts so that they could consider the final memorandum issued by Mayorkas last October.
This Monday, Texas federal judge Matthew Kaczmarik quashed the restitution order at the request of the US Department of Justice.
In a statement, the Mayorkas-led department said they accepted the police’s decision and that it “began to quickly and systematically eliminate the implementation of the MPP.”
What does the suspension “Morning in Mexico” mean?
According to the latest figures, around 5,800 immigrants migrated during the second phase of the MPP, which was implemented last December. Most of them come from Nicaragua, Cuba, Colombia and Venezuela.
For many of these migrants, this development has added to the stress and psychological suffering they have already experienced due to the nature of their migrant status. When they were living on the other side of the border, it created a lot of uncertainty in the midst of extreme circumstances, which became a psychological game.
In these expectations of enthusiasm, extortion and enthusiasm; In addition, they were denied access to basic services such as medical care, according to a statement by the non-governmental organization Human Rights Watch.
Earlier this year, the organization announced the seriousness of the human rights abuses resulting from the “Stay in Mexico” program, resulting in widespread investigations, calls for legislative action, and numerous civil legal challenges. . , Human Rights Organizations of the United States, Mexico and the Region”.
The suspension of this program means they have more opportunities to start a better life, not exposed to criminal gangs and dangers while waiting for their hearings; And we hope that at least this program will reduce the number of human rights violations.