Miami, June 23 The presidential candidate for the Republican Party Ron DeSantis will give details of his proposal on immigration during a campaign event that he will offer next Monday at the southern border of the United States, US media reported this Friday.
According to his campaign website, the governor of Florida will offer a rally on Monday morning in the town of Eagle Pass (Texas), where on Sunday afternoon he will tour the border line and it is expected that he will again criticize the policies migration initiatives undertaken by the Administration of US President Joe Biden.
“Joe Biden’s open border policies have destroyed our sovereignty, and Ron DeSantis will not rest until it is restored. He will stop the invasion and secure the border once and for all, and there will be no excuses,” said Andrew Romeo, spokesman for the DeSantis campaign, according to the specialized media The Hill.
Romeo added that over the next few months, the candidate will continue giving details about his proposals on matters such as the economy and security on the border that will serve to “right the ship.”
The visit of the governor of Florida, who is second in voting intentions among the candidates for the Republican nomination, behind former President Donald Trump (2017-2021), comes after announcing this week the formation of a coalition of sheriffs to combat the “crisis on the southern border”.
The DeSantis administration has also claimed responsibility for the recent transfers of undocumented immigrants to Sacramento, the capital of California, an action that has led the authorities of this western state to threaten legal action.
The governor of Florida has made immigration one of the cornerstones of his campaign for the 2024 elections, in which Biden will seek re-election, and in each campaign act he highlights his management in the southern state as a model.
Precisely, on July 1, a law to combat irregular immigration will enter into force in Florida, which is considered by activists to be one of the strictest in the country, and which, among other things, penalizes the transportation to the state of undocumented immigrants and the hiring of “undocumented”. EFE