Open Bracero Program’s files government made to Mexico. in the 1940s, Kamagraaustralia 50s and 60s, still want to know where their money went. http://www.kamagraaustralia.net The men gathered in Juarez on Wednesday to ask the United States to open the Bracero Program’s files and make public how much of the stipend held in the immigrant workers’ paychecks were returned when they went back to Mxico. in Mexico for former braceros. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sildenafil The payments stopped when Mexican President Enrique Pea Nieto took office in December 2012. General Consulate in Jurez as the presidents of the United States, Kamagra Jelly Australia Mxico and Canada met in the Mexican city of Toluca to mark the 20th anniversary of the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA.
Simultaneous protests were held in other cities in Mxico, Kamagraaustralia including Ciudad Victoria, Matamoros, Mexicali, Aguascalientes, Guadalajara, Oaxaca and Toluca. Most of them worked in the railroad tracks and agricultural fields.Fidel Chvez, director of Coordinadora Binacional de Ex Braceros in Chihuahua City, http://www.kamagraaustralia.net said there are as many of 5 million braceros, or guest workers, half a million from Chihuahua state, who might have participated in the program during those years.During the program, the braceros’ were deducted 10 percent from their wages and held in savings accounts. Wells Fargo received the deductions and then transferred them to Mexico’s former Banco de Crdito Agrcola, Kamagra Gel Australia a government bank. The workers were supposed to get their money back when they returned to Mxico.
After refusing to acknowledge there was a fund and later claiming all records related to the accounts were lost during a major 1985 earthquake in Mexico City, Kamagraaustralia the Mexican government established a special fund to pay 38,000 pesos, or $2,900, to each former bracero.Chvez, who led the protest in Jurez, said only 181,000 former braceros or their surviving relatives that qualified for the special fund, including 17,000 from Chihuahua, had been paid the stipend between 2005 and 2012.He said they want Obama to help them figure out how much money was put in the special fund.”There are still millions of braceros hoping for their money,” http://www.kamagraaustralia.net Chvez said.Florentino Orozco, a 74 year old former bracero from the tiny town of Cinega de Ortiz in south Chihuahua, said he hasn’t lost the hope.The Mexican government has denied Orozco a stipend because he does not have the required documents, like check stubs, to qualify for the special fund.Carmelo Romero, 73, only has a photocopy of a permit issued by the Mexican government in the 1960’s as proof that he was a ‘bracero’ in California. Kamagra Australia The original permit was sent to the Mexican government years ago to claim the stipend, but until now he hasn’t receive back his document or his money.