Part of the migrant group breaks up in Chiapas

Tens of thousands of migrants began their trip north on December 14.

24 has been broken up after giving itself up to agents of Mexico's National Migration Institute (INM) in Chiapas.

Calling it the Exodus from Poverty" and the "Christmas Eve Caravan,

Reports say the journey, which began with between 6,000 and 8,000 people, was the biggest group of its kind in 2023.

In the past few days, a lot of refuge seekers dropped out to go their own way toward the U.S.-Mexico border. 

to go a different way or just give up, the group had already gone about 105 kilometers before they decided to split up.

The group starting taking INM buses in Mapastepec after nine days on the road. 

on Tuesday in Chiapas. They were going to an immigration office in Huixtla, which is about 50 kilometers away. 

Chiapas, to start the official "Refuge in Mexico" papers that will allow them to travel.

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