Mexico and Guatemala Respond to President Trump’s ‘Safe Third-Country’ Policy

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President Trump introduced the Safe Third-Country rule that requires migrants traveling to the US through another country to apply for asylum in that country first before being eligible for asylum in the US. Mexico and Guatemala are pushing back against this rule, and Mexico says it will not ratify the treaty without authorization from its congress. Guatemala’s constitutional court blocked its president from signing Trump’s proposal. The ACLU said it will sue the Trump administration as soon as the action goes into effect. -GEG

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