President Calderon Critisizes Arizona's Anti-Immigration Law

April 27, 2010 by
Categories: Arizona, Immigration Reform, Mexico

The U.S. state of Arizona's recent anti-immigration law was criticized by Mexico's President Felipe Calderon, who said it opened doors to hatred and racial discrimination. Calderon's political party, the PAN, requested Mexican citizens not travel to Arizona to negatively affect Arizona trade as a result of the new law. Jose Miguel Insulza, Secretary General of the Organization of American States, stated that the anti-immigration law was unacceptable and was certain it would not be enforced.

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