Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Mexico Tells Immigrants in US to 'Stay Calm,' Not Break Any Laws; Creates Hotline to 'Report Incidents'

The Mexican government has a message for all of its citizens living in the United States: "stay calm" and "avoid any situation of conflict and not commit actions that can lead to administrative or criminal sanctions."
In the wake of Donald Trump winning the presidency in a historic upset, the Mexican government is taking steps to reassure Mexican citizens, presumably those living in the country both legally and illegally, and offer them legal advice and protection should they suffer any "abuses and fraud."
A few days after Trump's victory, Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu posted a video on Twitter directed to Mexican citizens residing in the U.S. "Fellow citizens, these are uncertain times," said Massieu. "Stay calm. Don't fall into provocations and don't let yourself be fooled."
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