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the situation is tense between migrants and residents in Texas – RT in French

Residents of Brownsville, South Texas, blame migrants for increased litter and ‘disorder’ after ‘Title 42’ restrictions end.

“I understand their situation, but they should do their part and pick up their waste a little, they must be responsible for their actions”, regrets a resident of Brownsville, Eddie Longoria, in front of the cameras of RT. In this city of Texas, in the Rio Grande valley, bordering Mexico, the inhabitants complain of the disorders and the waste caused by the massive arrival of migrants.

The anguish of a tenfold increase in the migration crisis is felt, a few days after the expiration, on May 11 at midnight, of “Title 42”.

Dating from the 19th century, again put in place during the Covid-19 crisis by the Trump administration, this measure allowed the immediate expulsion of an individual for health reasons, without legal recourse and without automatic return to the country of origin. origin.

The lifting of this policy was contested by 19 American states, which feared an influx of migrants at the border with Mexico. Human rights activists have denounced a violation of international laws. As for the local media, they reported that 60,000 migrants were stationed at the border awaiting this deadline, explaining a massive influx.


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