From the Editorial Office
Newspaper La Jornada
Friday May 27, 2022, p. 9
The National Migration Institute (INM) reported that it will cover the expenses generated by the repatriation of the seven migrants who lost their lives this week in a bus that fell into a ravine on the San Luis Potosí-Zacatecas highway.
He explained that coordination will be maintained with the consular representations of Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama and Cuba, where the deceased migrants originated. In addition, it will issue visiting cards for humanitarian reasons to the 24 survivors. Of the 31 who traveled in the transport, 15 remain hospitalized and nine have already been discharged.