Panama’s President-Elect To Close Unlawful Migrant Trail

José Raúl Mulino | Image by José Raúl Mulino/Facebook
José Raúl Mulino | Image by José Raúl Mulino/Facebook

ZeroHedge is reporting that Panama’s former security minister, Jose Raul Mulino, who recently won the country’s presidential election on Sunday, will look to shut down part of an international migration network used by foreign nationals to get to the United States:

“Mulino, whose five-year term will begin on July 1, has vowed to stem the massive flow of illegal migration that transits Panama en route from South America to the United States. In 2023, more than 500,000 migrants traveled through Panama; most of them were Venezuelan …

“’I will not permit thousands of illegals to pass through our territory like nothing, without control,” said 64-year-old Mulino as he campaigned for office. Making good on that promise will require major attention to Panama’s notorious Darien Gap, a roadless, 60-mile stretch of of swamps, mountains and rain forest that is the only terrestrial connection between South and Central America.”

To read the whole ZeroHedge article, click HERE.

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