Skepticism among Mexican migrants to the partial blockage of Arizona Law.
Mexico, July 28 .- The decision of U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton to block some of the key parts of the Arizona anti-immigrant legislation SB1070 was received with warmth by the Mexicans, who believe that "it is a way of prolonging the problem" and who protested today against the U.S. embassy in Mexico.
The law came into force tomorrow, as planned, but without, tibia gold, its most controversial points: the duty of the police to check the immigration status of any detainee, and to carry around their "roles" of immigrants.
Skepticism overshadowed the initial enthusiasm with which he received the news the hundreds of people gathered in front of the consulate to express their repudiation of the rule. Some changed the, aika gold, 'Yes, you can' shouting at first by a 'Yes, we'.
Martha Sanchez Soler, Mesoamerican Migrant Movement (MMM), said the court decision "is not a solution to the problem but a way to lengthen it" among the tide of white shirts against the law SB1070, and black, in favor of boycott American products I take, with their banners, the fence at the, GW2 gold, U.S. embassy.
"This is good news but still not sure if the U.S. fall back to the era of Hitler or move toward democracy," explained the leader of the leftist Democratic Revolution Party (PRD), Saul Escobar, whose back was flying an American flag with swastika.
Meanwhile, in Arizona, the Republican governor Jan Brewer, called the decision "a little jolt in the road" of the new rules.
The deportations and the raids will follow separating families, told the outstanding Mexican activist Elvira Arellano.
She lived for ten years in the U.S., where Saul had a son, until in 2007 he was deported with an order that prevents him from returning to the U.S. in 20 years despite the small holds dual nationality.
"There are many policemen, like Joe Arpaio (Maricopa County sheriff known as 'the hardest West Sheriff'), which will criminalize migrants, as they have done for years," said Arellano.
According to the activist are many immigration laws similar to SB1070 that have already been implemented or are preparing to do in other states, police and xenophobic "interpret the rules according to the mindset that they have, as a function of the aspect of people" , he added.
"It was planted against racism in our communities," said the woman also, who estimates that this year, under the leadership of Obama, the deportations from the U.S. could grow to 400,000 cases.
His son Saul was involved in the protest by videoconference from Washington, where he tried to be received by President Obama.
Lives in Mexico, where going to school, but his mother is looking for a future for the United States, where it has, for example, the health insurance do not have in Mexico.
"Successive Mexican governments have violated our rights, because we had to risk our lives in the desert and the Rio Grande to seek a better future.'d Rather be poor in America than in Mexico" story.
Finally Arellano predict that the resistance of families of Mexican origin settled down in Arizona continue "until the law SB1070 is dated." ea-mav/act/ics