Guatemala President Asks Obama to Stop Mass Deportations

We know there are more than 11.5 million illegal immigrants in the United States and, according to reports. The majority of illegal immigrants from Mexico and Latin America

Most illegal immigrants in the country. Directly from their childhood and they do not want to leave the country While two-thirds of Latinos who voted for Obama, they are not happy that President Obama has not passed immigration reform promised.

Marco Albuja, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ecuador, congratulated Obama and said he did not forget the Latino voters. Many congratulated the President on his victory and Otto Perez, President of Guatemala, called on President Obama to grant Temporary Protected Status for Guatemalans.

GST is a program of the United States, citizens of some countries certain to remain in the United States legally for a certain period. He also said he hoped the new government to consider the application of GST to stop the deportation of Guatemalans. Perez also noted that the United States to deport 33,000 Guatemalans Guatemalans and the United States was abolished this year.

Republicans control the House of Representatives and the Senate is controlled by Democrats, and therefore it can not be easier for President Obama to enact immigration reform in order. However, the majority leader of the U.S. Senate, Harry Reid said that priority be given to immigration, even if Republicans oppose.

Enrique Peña Nieto, Mexico’s president-elect, said he is ready to work with President Obama to solve problems related to immigration is clear. War against drugs in Mexico has killed more than 60,000 people, although the United States helped Mexico to fight against cartels.

The new government welcomes opportunities in Mexico and the United States to create. President of Bolivia, Evo Morales, said that President Obama should consider the abolition of the U.S. embargo against Cuba, and he also said that President Obama was elected because of the Latino vote. Similarly, the leftist leader said that President Obama won the Hispanic vote, and must reward Latinos.