(ed note - this is a translation via Bing/microsofttranslator.com)
Authorities of several civil society
organizations yesterday questioned the lack of a nation the Government
plan to prevent thousands of Honduran children to continue migrating to
the United States.
At the discretion of those entities, the growing number of Honduran migrants to the United States and Mexico, accounts for 80 percent of migration in Central America and is projected that at the end of 2014 at least some 70 thousand children and adolescents will migrate to those countries of the North.
They consider that this situation has resulted in a humanitarian emergency, exceeding the capacities of protection from the State, which has not been able to provide livelihoods and security to the population.
In the same way they criticized United States and Mexico, because they fail to ensure the care of migrant people and does not give access to asylum to the deserving of international protection.
Also, they do not guarantee family reunification or the conditions for a return to decent and safe of migrants, with a human rights-based approach.
This was made known on Monday during a press conference given by the representatives of the Association for a better life of people affected with HIV/AIDS in Honduras (Apuvimeh), the center of prevention, treatment and rehabilitation of torture victim (CPTRT), the Centre of research and promotion of human rights (Ciprodeh) and institutions private Pro girls CoordinatorChildren, adolescents, young people and their human rights (Coiproden).