"The lack of certainty has also divided us," said Milton Hernández, a Honduran migrant who participated with the group that made the request for financial compensation, because "we are not very in agreement with other leaders."
EVERYONE BY THEIR SIDE; "LEADERS CONTINUE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE"
On Tuesday, December 11, two different groups of migrants - unknown to each other - marched each on their own to the facilities of the US Consulate in Tijuana, to deliver petitions to the authority of that country.
The first group, led by the Honduran Alfonso Guerrero Ulloa, highlighted among their requests:
- Allow free entry to all members of the exodus to US territory
- Put a stop to US economic, political and military intervention in territory