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SILvia Gonzalez, the mayor of Silvia, which has 12.2-million inhabitants, said, “They are trying to raise the money to buy our own food, or maybe some sort of medicine and medication.”
SILvia, one of the worst-affected towns by the typhoon, is located in the province of Chiapas and was hardest hit by the 2012 storm.
Authorities there have declared a state of emergency and deployed dozens of soldiers and municipal police as many as 4,000 troops. The government also has installed 3,500 roadblocks along its border with Mexico to stop people from traveling across the border to escape the floods.
The president of Mexico says the government is prepared to mobilize troops from around the country to help in the rescue efforts.
President Enrique Peña Nieto said the storm forced him to act, but declined to name those who might be helping in his rescue mission.
“We are also dealing with a situation that, as they say, is very significant, with millions of people affected. They are desperately seeking help,” Peña Nieto said in an interview with the New York Times in Mexico.
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President Peña Nieto has already inst더킹카지노ructed his cabinet to form a working group to try to figure out how to speed up the recovery effort.
The storm has killed dozens in Mexico and displaced more더킹카지노 than 4 million people in recent years, according to figures provided by the U.S. Central American and Caribbean Regional Development Corporation, a branch of the U.S. State Department.