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Número: 3288
Fecha: México, D. F. a 13 de enero de 2017

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Bandera de México   MEDIOS NACIONALES / ESTATALES - MÉXICO / MEDIA IN MÉXICO

PROPONEN A GERÓNIMO GUTIÉRREZ COMO NUEVO EMBAJADOR DE MÉXICO EN EU / EXCELSIOR
El secretario de Relaciones Exteriores, Luis Videgaray, propuso a Gerónimo Gutiérrez Fernández como el nuevo embajador de México en los Estados Unidos, cargo que deberá ser ratificado por el Senado de la República. Mientras que Carlos Sada Solana, quien ocupaba aquel cargo será, a partir del 23 de enero, subsecretario para América del Norte de nuestro país. Gerónimo Gutiérrez se ha desempeñado como funcionario público en las últimas cuatro administraciones del Gobierno Federal,
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PERFILAN COMO EMBAJADOR EN EU A GERÓNIMO GUTIÉRREZ / EXCELSIOR
La decisión fue adoptada para facilitar la ejecución de las políticas del nuevo canciller Luis Videgaray, informó la SER. l exsubsecretario para América del Norte de la SRE, Gerónimo Gutiérrez, será propuesto hoy viernes como embajador de México en Washington, confirmaron fuentes de la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores. Carlos Sada, el actual embajador, será puesto al frente de la Subsecretaría para América del Norte,
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DESIGNAN A GERÓNIMO GUTIÉRREZ COMO EMBAJADOR DE MÉXICO EN EU, MIENTRAS CARLOS SADA SOLANA SERÁ SUBSECRETARIO PARA AMÉRICA DEL NORTE / EL SOL DE MÉXICO
La Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE) hizo oficial este viernes que, por instrucciones del presidente Enrique Peña Nieto, Gerónimo Gutiérrez Fernández sustituirá a Carlos Manuel Sada Solana como embajador de México en Estados Unidos. En un comunicado, la dependencia indicó que una vez que se haya obtenido el beneplácito del Gobierno de EU
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PRESENTAN PROYECTO PARA PROTEGER A 'DREAMERS' / EL UNIVERSAL
Legisladores republicanos y demócratas presentaron ayer en las dos cámaras del Congreso estadounidense un proyecto de ley que busca extender durante tres años adicionales la protección de la deportación a inmigrantes traídos sin autorización a Estados Unidos durante su niñez, conocidos popularmente como dreamers. La iniciativa busca proteger no sólo a los casi 800 mil beneficiarios de un programa lanzado en 2012 por la Casa Blanca y conocido como DACA,
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ALISTAN RELEVO EN EMBAJADA DE MÉXICO EN EU / PEDRO VILLA Y CAÑA / EL UNIVERSAL
La Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE) prepara el nombramiento de Carlos Manuel Sada Solana como subsecretario para América del Norte, y de Gerónimo Gutiérrez como embajador mexicano en Estados Unidos, en sustitución del primero, lo que representan los primeros movimientos de Luis Videgaray al frente de la dependencia. Fuentes de la Cancillería confirmaron a EL UNIVERSAL que se espera que hoy el secretario haga oficial la designación de Sada en sustitución de Paulo Carreño King.
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TRUMP Y REPUBLICANOS BUSCAN SOLUCIÓN A NIÑOS MIGRANTES: PAUL RYAN / EL SOL DE MÉXICO
Los republicanos del Congreso están trabajando con el equipo de transición del presidente electo Donald Trump en una solución para los inmigrantes que fueron traídos sin permiso a Estados Unidos cuando eran niños, dijo el jueves el presidente de la Cámara de Representantes, Paul Ryan. Cientos de miles de estos inmigrantes obtuvieron protecciones temporales y permisos de trabajo de parte del presidente Barack Obama.
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SOCIEDAD AMERICANA DE CINEASTAS NOMINA A DOS MEXICANOS / LA JORNADA
Los directores de fotografía, Ernesto Pardo y Rodrigo Prieto, egresados del Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (CCC), fueron nominados a los premios de la Sociedad Americana de Cineastas (ASC) en las categorías Spotlight y Theatrical Release. El ex presidente de la ASC, Richard Crudo, presentó las nominaciones el pasado 1 de enero, durante un almuerzo en Hollywood. La ceremonia de premiación se llevará a cabo el 4 de febrero en Hollywood and Highlands Ray Dolby Ballroom, en Los Ángeles.
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MEXICO NAMES HEAD OF NORTH AMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK AS NEW AMBASSADOR TO THE U.S. / PATRICK J. MCDONNELL / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has selected a veteran diplomat and government insider as the new ambassador to the United States, one of the nation’s most sensitive foreign policy posts, the government said Friday. The ambassador-designate, Geronimo Gutierrez Fernandez, has served in a variety of diplomatic and security positions in the past two decades, according to an announcement by Mexico’s foreign ministry.
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OBAMA ENDING 'WET-FOOT, DRY-FOOT' CUBAN IMMIGRATION POLICY / MIMI WHITEFIELD / LOS ANGELES TIMES
The Obama administration on Thursday pulled the plug on a controversial policy for Cuban migrants essentially turning the clock back on decades of preferential treatment for Cubans and making those who arrive without visas subject to deportation. The change, which took effect immediately, brought to a halt the practice that gave Cubans who arrive at U.S. borders without visas automatic entry into the United States even if they had been smuggled in by human traffickers.
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END OF PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT FOR CUBAN MIGRANTS WAS LONG OVERDUE / SCOTT MARTELLE / LOS ANGELES TIMES
President Obama’s decision to end a half-century of special treatment for Cuban émigrés is bad news for those seeking a new life outside the reach of the Castro regime, but nonetheless long overdue. Conceived in the early years of the decades-long political estrangement between the U.S. and Cuba, the policy was meant to give a safe harbor to those fleeing persecution under Fidel Castro. No evidence of individual danger was ever required. Cubans who arrived in the U.S. and passed an inspection generally were given permission to stay,
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HAVANA HAILS END TO SPECIAL US IMMIGRATION POLICY FOR CUBANS / ANDREA RODRIGUEZ, ALICIA A. CALDWELL AND JULIE PACE / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
The Cuban government hailed President Barack Obama's decision ending automatic legal residency for any Cuban who touches U.S. soil, while ordinary citizens mourned the end of an easy pathway to a new life in the United States. Average Cubans and opponents of the island's communist leaders said they expected pressure for reform to increase with the elimination of a mechanism that siphoned off the island's most dissatisfied citizens (...)
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RYAN SAYS GOP, TRUMP WORKING ON SOLUTION FOR IMMIGRANT KIDS / ERICA WERNER / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
Congressional Republicans are working with the Trump transition team on a solution for immigrants brought illegally to this country as kids, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday. Hundreds of thousands of these immigrants gained temporary protections and work permits from President Barack Obama. While campaigning for president, Donald Trump promised to undo those protections, putting the immigrants at risk of deportation, although he said last month he hoped to "work something out" to help them.
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THE LATEST: RYAN SEEKING ANSWERS FOR SOME WORRIED IMMIGRANTS / HOUSTON CHRONICLE
House Speaker Paul Ryan says Congress and Donald Trump's transition team are trying to come up with a solution for young immigrants brought illegally to the country as kids. Hundreds of thousands of these immigrants gained work permits and temporary deportation relief from President Barack Obama. Trump pledged during the campaign to undo the executive action, sparking fear among immigrants that they would lose their protections and face deportation. Ryan was questioned on a CNN town hall Thursday night (...)
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ASSEMBLY VOTES TO CONFIRM REP. XAVIER BECERRA AS STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL AHEAD OF SENATE HEARING NEXT WEEK / PATRICK MCGREEVY / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-Los Angeles) took a major step toward becoming California’s next attorney general on Friday when the state Assembly voted to confirm his appointment. The vote was 56-23, with Republicans voting en masse against confirmation. Assemblyman Rocky Chavez of Oceanside was the only Republican to vote in favor of confirmation. The state Senate is expected to give final approval next week to Becerra’s nomination by Gov. Jerry Brown (...)
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TRUMP DEPORTATION PLAN TO HAND WINDFALL TO A DYING US INDUSTRY / LAUREN ETTER / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Texas In the hardscrabble desert hamlet of Milan, N.M., incarceration is the biggest game in town. Not far from Interstate 40, among fragrant sage and creosote bushes, stands a sprawling outpost of CoreCivic Inc., one of America's biggest for-profit prison companies. The 1,200-bed facility, formerly a lockup for car thieves and drug dealers, is being transformed into a detention center for immigrants fleeing Mexico and Central America. It will be opening just as Donald Trump becomes president.
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IMMIGRANT GROUPS TO RALLY AGAINST TRUMP'S PLANNED CRACKDOWN / ALICIA CALDWELL AND AMY TAXIN / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Immigrant rights advocates are planning demonstrations at dozens of rallies across the country this weekend in what they are calling a "first salvo" against President-elect Donald Trump's pledged hard line on immigration. Union leaders and young immigrants are organizing more than 50 protests and cultural events from Philadelphia to Phoenix on Saturday with an aim toward highlighting the power of the immigrant rights movement. Immigrants living in the country illegally also hope the events will make it clear to the incoming administration (...)
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MAYOR VOWS SYRACUSE WILL REMAIN A SANCTUARY CITY / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner says Syracuse will remain a sanctuary city and pledges to resist any federal efforts to crack down on undocumented immigrants. The Democratic mayor made the comments during her State of the City address Thursday night. In her address, Miner said that as long as she is mayor the resources of the city, including the Syracuse Police Department, will not be used to enforce federal anti-immigrant policies. Miner's comments come as President-elect Donald Trump vows to withhold potentially millions of dollars in taxpayer money for cities providing sanctuary protections.
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