Shouting “Down the borders, they will fall, they will fall”, the Caravan of Central American Mothers of Missing Migrants 2019 arrived today at Tenosique, the last point on their route that began on November 15 in Tapachula, Chiapas, and that It covered 23 communities throughout the country.
After traveling part of the so-called migratory route in Mexico to search for clues and their children who reported them missing during their journey in Mexican territory, the mothers arrived at the chapel of the migrant shelter called “La 72”.
For 15 years the mothers of missing migrants have organized the caravans, under the auspices of the Mesoamerican Migrant Movement, which is coordinated in general by Marta Sánchez Soler, who addressed them in the shelter's chapel.
During the morning, mothers from Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua, entered the shelter and were received by migrants who were there, with slogans such as “rights up, they will win, they will win” and “papers for all, or all without papers ”.
On Tuesday afternoon the caravan is scheduled to perform two public events, one in the Central Park of Tenosique and another in the shelter La 72.
According to the general agenda, they will spend the night in Tenosique and tomorrow at 08:00 hours they will make their immigration process out of the country in the El Ceibo checkpoint, on the border with Guatemala.