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Demands 552 billion indemnización to Joe Biden for bad management on the border with Mexico

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WASHINGTON. In a letter addressed to the President of the United States, Joe Biden, the Democratic Governor of Arizona, Katie Hobbsexpressed his frustration and concern for the federal government’s response to the crisis of the southern border and, in the trial, he demanded a refund.

In a press release distributed in the city, Hobb ensured he had sent the letter with the request to re-sign members of the National Guard to assist in its re-opening, as well as re-employment.

“The 512 million 529 million 333 dollars that cost us the federal inaction on the border.”

The request is a sign of growing concern about problems arising from the entry of undocumented persons to United States across the southern border. The Patrulla Fronteriza he said he had recorded 260 million “records” in September and 240 million in October.

Likewise, it was reported that on the days that Tucson, Arizona, achieved a record 17,500 “counts” in one week. For the fiscal year 2023, which ended in September, the arrest of 2.4 million undocumented people was reported, most of whom are Central and South Americans; also hub Mexicans, and people of other origins.

On paper, Hobbs he specified that the exiles are demanded by “the failure of the federal government to secure the Arizona border” and emphasized that in the future, the state of Arizona You will regularly expect the federal government to provide sufficient funds to cover what it considers to be a failure of the federal government.

On Mondays, the entrance port Lukeville It was ordered by the federal government, which obligated American and Mexican residents to drive several hours until the next entrance port. twin towns of Nogales.

The fire, furthermore, “has caused an absolute humanitarian crisis in the area and has put Arizona’s trade and security at risk,” Hobbs said.


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