New Guatemalan gov't to stick with controversial US asylum deal

Source: Al Jazeera English - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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96% Conservative


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Death Penalty
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Sentiments

97% "Mexico, also under pressure from the US to prevent migrants from reaching the US border, blocked large groups of the caravan.""
82% "Guatemala City - Guatemala's new government will continue to receive Honduran and Salvador asylum seekers from the United States under a controversial asylum deal, ..."
73% "Violent crime, such as armed robbery and murder, is common.""
71% "The majority of migrants sent to Guatemala as part of the asylum deal end up at the Casa del Migrante, a non-profit missionary-run migrant ..."
60% "More: Minister of Foreign Affairs Pedro Brolo told reporters on Wednesday that the signed agreement was a state commitment and that the government would review ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

97% : Mexico, also under pressure from the US to prevent migrants from reaching the US border, blocked large groups of the caravan.
82% : Guatemala City - Guatemala's new government will continue to receive Honduran and Salvador asylum seekers from the United States under a controversial asylum deal, the country's minister of foreign affairs confirmed on Wednesday.
73% : "Violent crime, such as armed robbery and murder, is common.
71% : The majority of migrants sent to Guatemala as part of the asylum deal end up at the Casa del Migrante, a non-profit missionary-run migrant shelter that has been sheltering and assisting the thousands headed towards the US.
60% : More: Minister of Foreign Affairs Pedro Brolo told reporters on Wednesday that the signed agreement was a state commitment and that the government would review the implementation details with US assistance.

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