La Commission national human rights (CNDH) reported that they were released 70 of the 74 migrants who were detained yesterday by the National Institute of migration (INM) in Sonora.
He explained that 4 persons under 17 years of age are still in the immigration station.
“Will put special emphasis on girls, children, adolescents, women and families so that they have decent treatment and providing food and medical care, in addition to providing sufficient information on their rights, including the request the” refugee status”, said the Commission in a statement.
The Agency said that he started a trade complaint by the operation carried out by the INM, the Federal Police and in that one of its officials was involved. He was asked to investigate the context in which the events took place and said that detained migrants are not deported.
Read: Authorities retain buses with more than 60 migrants in Sonora; We are going to define their situation, say the 74 arrested #Migrantes against @INAMI_mx the early hours of yesterday, 2 buses of the #CaravanaMigrante, 70 left the immigration station in Hermosillo, #Sonora, to the accompaniment of NHRC staff and civil society. pic.twitter.com/aEz2CsXM8T – CNDH in Mexico (@CNDH) November 17, 2018 they relocated to migrants from the Magdalena Mixhuca Commission of human rights of the city of Mexico and city government authorities analyzed the places that have mayors for relocate the 650 Central American migrants who remain in the stadium Jesús Martínez “palillo”, located in the Magdalena Mixhuca sports city.
Among the possibilities mentioned for carry, mainly women and children, is Deportivo 18 de March, located in Gustavo A. Madero.
Nashieli Ramírez Hernández, capital ombudsperson, explained that this change could be tomorrow from 09:00 hours.
He mentioned that the contingent of about 600 people who came out this Saturday seeks to reach the second caravan, so it already made contacts with the committees of human rights of Mexico and Queretaro States to protect them on their way.
He said that this small group that still remains in the city of Mexico appreciates the offer made to them by father Alejandro Solalinde establish an airlift Canada, in order to find employment and security in that nation.
It recalled that this Hostel accommodates up to six thousand people and now operates with just 10 per cent, by which the infrastructure has adapted to these new conditions. “Surely this evening they will stay here and tomorrow will be moved to an enclosed yet to be defined,” he said.
Ramirez Hernandez considered that it won’t get another caravan of migrants to the city of Mexico and that these 650 people who still remain will be the week coming.