Tuesday, March 22, 2011

El Salvador Awaits President Obama’s Visit and His “Commitment” to Immigration Reform

The Catholic Church in El Salvador awaits “a word of commitment“ from the President of the United States Barack Obama, during his upcoming visit to the Country on the 22nd and 23nd of March, for his part in pursuing the approval of immigration reform.

During the usual press conference on Sunday after Mass, Archbishop Escobar Alas of San Salvador said, that he sees this occasion as an “opportune moment”, as Obama is “coming to a country that is very much in need.” “We would like to ask the President of the United States for his efforts and his good will, so that complete immigration reform may take place during his presidency,” said the Archbishop of San Salvador...[Full Article]