RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Under the slogan of "putting the house in order", the Chilean government enacted this Sunday the new Migration Law that took 8 years to be approved and that has received a barrage of criticism from the opposition and pro-migrant organizations, for imposing greater border "rigidity" and speeding up deportations.
"The objective is to put order in our house through an orderly, safe, and regular policy that allows legal immigration and combats illegal immigration," said the president, conservative Sebastián Piñera.
The new law, introduced in 2013 in Parliament by the current president during his . . .
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