Monday, April 10, 2006

HAY MAS DE 11 MILLONES DE IMIGRANTES INDOCUMENTADOS VIVIENDO EN LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS.

Abril 09 2006
foto: sltrib


HISTORICA MANIFESTACION ayer en SALT LAKE CITY-Entre 20.000 & 30.000 personas
"Advocates for firmer action against illegal immigration argue that undocumented workers hurt the U.S. economy by taking jobs away from Americans. Immigrants' supporters say those workers take jobs no Americans want -- and without them, the economy wouldn't function".
Several rallies in support of immigrants' rights are held, including in New York, where thousands marched across the Brooklyn Bridge. The issue has come to the fore since the House of Representatives passed a law making it a felony to be in the United States without proper documentation. Congress is debating the most sweeping overhaul of U.S. immigration law in two decades. The Senate's plan includes a guest-worker program and a path to citizenship for the millions of illegal immigrants already in the country. It is considerably more favorable to undocumented workers than legislation passed by the House in December”. npr


1 comment:

El Monje I said...

Es una buena noticia que la sociedad civil se organice y manifieste su sentir hasta en Salt Lake. Puede ser que a pesar del oscuro horizonte aun hayan esperanzas de cambios en el futuro pròximo.
Asì sea.