Monday, February 13, 2012

AZMEX I3 10-2-12

AZMEX I3 10 FEB 2012

Note: once again, the issue is illegal immigration.

Arizona Senator attends forum on immigration in New Mexico
Organización Editorial Mexicana
February 10, 2012

New Mexico, USA. - An Arizona senator who heads the controversial
action to reverse state law against immigration and an activist in
Alabama challenging the new regulations in their state had similar
talk on Friday at a forum in Santa Fe

Sen. Steve Gallardo, Arizona, and the executive director of the
Baptist congregation in the city of Birmingham, Scott Douglas,
deliver speeches at a forum organized by a coalition of advocacy
groups and civil rights of immigrants.

Organizers said the forum seeks to link the protests of immigrants
with the movement for civil rights for the 1960.

Gallardo leads the action to reverse the 1070 law in Arizona.

Douglas organizes religious leaders to speak out against immigration
bill that was passed recently in Alabama.

Alabama law requires police to determine the citizenship status of
persons who have been stopped in their cars and ordered government
offices to verify the legal residence of those who carry out
procedures such as car license plates.

Note: guess they haven't heard that illegal immigration is way down.

Mexico: 73 migrants rescued in Miguel Aleman
February 10, 2012 12:07 AM
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Ildefonso Ortiz
The Monitor

The Mexican Army announced the rescued of 73 Central American
migrants from three stash houses in Miguel Aleman, across the Rio
Grande from Roma.

According to a news release, the migrants were rescued during an
operation Monday afternoon after an investigation into organized
crime and human smuggling. The military raided three houses
simultaneously, arresting four suspects and rescuing the 73 migrants,
18 of whom were minors. The nationalities of the migrants were not
readily available.

Senador de Arizona asiste a foro sobre inmigración en Nuevo México
Organización Editorial Mexicana
10 de febrero de 2012

Nuevo México, EU.- Un senador de Arizona que encabeza acciones para
revertir la controvertida ley estatal contra la inmigración y un
activista de Alabama que impugna la nueva normativa similar en su
estado hablarán el viernes ante un foro en Santa Fe.

El senador Steve Gallardo, de Arizona, y el director ejecutivo de la
congregación bautista de la ciudad de Birmingham, Scott Douglas,
pronunciarán sus discursos ante un foro que organizó una coalición de
grupos defensores de los derechos civiles y de los inmigrantes.

Los organizadores dijeron que el foro pretende vincular las protestas
de los inmigrantes con el movimiento a favor de los derechos civiles
de la década de 1960.

Gallardo encabeza las acciones para revertir la ley SB1070 en Arizona.

Douglas organiza a líderes religiosos para que se pronuncien contra
la ley de inmigración que fue aprobada en fecha reciente en Alabama.

La ley en Alabama obliga a la policía a determinar la condición de la
ciudadanía de las personas a las que haya solicitado detener la
marcha de sus autos y ordena a las oficinas del gobierno verificar la
residencia legal de quienes efectúen trámites como matrículas para

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