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Former Panamá vs. Trinidad y Tobago en vivo en directo live streaming free Por Internet transmisión TV 5 Septiembre 2017 Online hoy: ver horarios y canales ver partido US President Barack Obama has condemned a decision by his predecessor, Donald Trump, on Tuesday to end a program that protects against deportation and allows work for hundreds of thousands of young migrants who have illegally entered the United States.

In a statement, Obama said in a statement that the program, approved by a presidential decree in 2012, benefited “young adults in America, children who studied in our schools, young adults starting to make their careers, patriots who respect our knowledge.”

“The targeting of these young people is wrong, because they did not make any mistake,” he said. “It is a defeat for themselves – they want to establish companies, work in our laboratories and service in our army and more generally contribute to the country we love.

“It is a political decision and a moral issue,” said the former Democratic president in criticizing a decision by his Republican successor.

“Whatever fears or complaints the Americans may have about immigration in general, we should not threaten the future of this group of young people who are here because of a mistake they did not commit, who are not a threat, who do not take anything from us, the rest of us,” he said.

On Tuesday, the Trump administration announced it would put an end to the “Deferred Action for Children Aravaals-Dhaka” program, which legitimizes the status of immigrants who illegally entered the United States with their parents as children and allowed them to study and work in public.

Five years ago, Obama ordered the implementation of the Dhaka program to allow migrant children who do not have residency in the United States to overcome their illegal status and allow them to study and work away from fear of being arrested and prosecuted.

Trump defended his administration’s decision by saying that “American workers” came first.

“Our first and most important priority in providing immigration reforms should be to improve jobs, wages and security for American workers and their families,” he said in a written statement after the decision.

“I am not punishing children, most of them now adults, for acts committed by their parents, but we must also recognize that we are a nation of opportunity because we are a nation of laws