The great dividing wall of Mexico - construction begins

Mexico border wall construction starts: would this divert the migration flow to Australia and New Zealand?

11:13am Sep 27, 2017 - 9 News

Construction of eight models in a remote area of San Diego is about three months behind schedule, held up by losing bidders whose protests were eventually denied.

A green tarp hanging on a chain-link fence blocked views of the work, which is expected to last 30 days and aims to halt illegal immigration.

The US Customs and Border Protection may pick several winners, or none. Roy Villarreal, acting chief of the Border Patrol's San Diego sector, said another contractor will evaluate each model, which will be up to 30 feet (9 meters) high and 30 feet long.

The construction site is about 2 miles (3 kilometers) east of San Diego's Otay Mesa border crossing at the end of steel-mesh fence that runs from the Pacific Ocean.

It remain to be seen whether this could trigger migration flows of Mexicans to other coutries like Canada, Australia and New Zealand in the near future.

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