“Debemos aprobar una reforma migratoria”- Bernie Sanders visita Kentucky

Bernie Sanders in Kentucky
Bernie Sanders in Kentucky
“We must pass immigration reform now! – Bernie Sanders in Kentucky
“We must pass immigration reform now! – Bernie Sanders in Kentucky
“We must pass immigration reform now!- Bernie Sanders in Kentucky
“We must pass immigration reform now!- Bernie Sanders in Kentucky
Bernie Sanders en Kentucky
Bernie Sanders en Kentucky
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Bernie Sanders in Kentucky
Bernie Sanders in Kentucky
Bernie Sanders en Kentucky
Bernie Sanders en Kentucky
Bernie Sanders en Kentucky
Bernie Sanders en Kentucky
Bernie Sanders en Kentucky
Bernie Sanders en Kentucky

“Debemos aprobar una reforma migratoria”

Andrés Cruz para La Voz

LEXINGTON, KY- .“Estoy aquí por que es importante para mi futuro. Lo que suceda en las votaciones, primarias y presidenciales me afecta directamente. Necesito saber quién va a ser presidente y me gusta la ideología de Bernie”, explica a a La Voz de Kentucky, Susy Ruvalcaba de Versailles, KY, presente en el mitín en Léxington de la campaña política de Bernie Sanders por la nominación presidencial del partido Demócrata.

Ante cerca de 3000 personas el candidato demócrata Bernie Sanders elucidó de forma clara y elocuente su plataforma política.

El candidato no mencionó a su rival Hillary Clinton durante toda la noche. Sanders se tomó 30 minutos para su único trago de agua durante el evento. Impresionante muestra de oratoria, amplitud de temas y contenido. Su discurso de cerca de 45 minutos observó a un Sanders solidario con la minoría raciales de este país.

“Debemos aprobar una reforma migratoria ya”, dijo Sanders a una animada audiencia . “La diversidad de este país es nuestra fortaleza. No es construyendo muros que podemos formar un mejor futuro”, dijo Sanders en alusión directa a la posición anti-inmigrante del candidato republicano Donald Trump.

“¿Y cómo no me va a gustar como candidato?”, explicó Rubalcaba, 23, y de origen mexicano. “Apoya la acción diferida DACA, no quiere dañar a la gente sin estatus migratorio, no piensa en cerrar las fronteras y no discrimina el color. Como Latina su vibra se me hace genial”.

Y en su discurso Sanders respondió a esas inquietudes y a las inquietudes de la clase media y la juventud abarrotando las instalaciones del Convention Centre en el centro de la ciudad.

“Estamos hablando de construir una revolución política que transforme a esta nación”, dijo Sanders.

Bernie se dirigió a los problemas estructurales de concentración de la riqueza, privilegio corporativo, escala salarial, infraestructura, el medio ambiente, mujer y la campaña intolerante regida por el partido republicano.

Sanders visita Lexington justo antes de las votaciones primarias ante Hillary Clinton que de igual forma se presenta este fin de semana en esta ciudad.

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Bernie Sanders y la Inmigracón

Bernie Sanders
Una política migratoria justa y humana
  • -Desmantelar programas de deportación inhumanos y centros de detención; Fin a la Detención Familiar.
  • -Pavimentar el sendero por un camino rápido a la ciudadanía de 11 millones de inmigrantes indocumentados.
  • -asegurar que la fronteras permanezcan seguras respetando las comunidades locales.
  • -Regular el flujo futuro de inmigrantes modernizando el sistema de visas y redefiniendo malos acuerdos de tratados de comercio.
  • -Facilitar el acceso a la justicia y revertir la criminalización de inmigrantes.
  • -Establecer parámetros para supervisión independiente de agencias claves del Departamento de Seguridad Nacional (DHS).
  • -Expander DACA y DAPA.
  • -Promover cooperación entre inmigrantes y policía local.
  • -Operar una sistema de verificación de empleo inteligente y justo.
  • -Acceso a salud a todas las familias.
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“We have the obligation to approve comprehensive immigration reform”                                                                                                            Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders visits Lexington, expresses support to minorities, immigrants

LEXINGTON, KY-“ I am here because is important for my future. The outcome in the primary, or presidential elections affects me directly. I need to know who is going to be the next elected president, and I like Bernie Sanders ideology,” explains Susy Ruvalcaba, Versailles, KY, at the political campaign event for the Democrat party nomination in downtown Lexington on May the 4th.

Before an enthusiastic crowd of approximately 5,000 people, Sanders explained his political platform in a clear and concise manner.

The candidate did not mention Hillary Clinton the entire night. Sanders took almost 30 minutes for his first sip of water showing an impressive discourse of his vision and analysis in a wide numbers of critical issues. His speech lasted close to 45 minutes and gave space to present a Bernie Sanders in open solidarity with minorities and immigrants.

“We have the obligation to approve a comprehensive immigration reform now”, said Sanders to a very responsive crowd. “Diversity is our strength. A better future cannot be build with walls,” said Sanders in direct allusion to Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric.

“How I am not going to like him as my candidate?” added Ruvalcaba, 23, of Mexican origins. “He supports the deferred action for students, DACA, his does not want to hurt people without an immigration status, he does not think about closing the borders and he does not discriminate against any one’s skin color. As Latina his vibe to me seems fantastic.”

Those concerns were broadly discussed in Sander’s speech at the Convention Centre packed with an impressive attendance of young people.

“We are talking about a political revolution to transform this nation,” said Sanders.

Bernie discussed the structural problems of rapid wealth accumulation by the few, corporate privilege, wages, infrastructure, the environment, women and the intolerant Republican campaign ran by Donald Trump.

  • A Fair and Humane Immigration Policy

·       -Dismantle inhumane deportation programs and detention centers; End Family Detention

·       -Pave the way for a swift and fair legislative roadmap to citizenship for the eleven million undocumented immigrants;

·       -Ensure our border remains secure while respecting local communities;

·       -Regulate the future flow of immigrants by modernizing the visa system and rewriting bad trade agreements;

·       Enhance access to justice and reverse the criminalization of immigrants;

·       -Establish parameters for independent oversight of key U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) agencies

·       -Expand DACA and DAPA

·       -Promote Cooperation between Immigrants and Local Law Enforcement.

·       -Operate Smart and Fair Employment Verification.

·       -Access to affordable health care to all families.

LA Voz :Recognizing Congress’s chronic inaction on immigration, Mr. Sanders promises to use executive authority well beyond what President Obama has done.

Mr. Sanders, the Vermont senator seeking the Democratic presidential nomination, turns away from Trump’s insanity. His plan starts with the right premise: that immigrants should be welcomed and assimilated, not criminalized and exploited. His proposals seek to uphold American values, bolster the rule of law, bolster the economy and protect and honor families.

 

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