The war on Drugs and The Violence in Central America

The War on Drugs is escalating violence once more in Central America, according to “The Economist” in an article published April 14, 2011, called the attention that countries as Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador–the North triangle–and where the war on drugs as now been extended, have transformed those places into the most violent places in the world.  The situation had grown  out of proportions and had caused people seeking for safe place for them and their families to emigrate into the US or to take their children out from those countries to Mexico or the US, which are safe places. We see with the influx of undocumented children getting into the US border and now being detained indefinitely in detention centers. Undocumented immigrants do not want to leave their countries, but, they had in order to save their lives.



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