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After a month of tense negotiations, a U.S.-Mexico border wall was finally approved on Wednesday in Texas, a day before President Trump has to decide whether to issue an execu바카라사이트tive order instructing federal authorities to start construction.

The vote, which also allows construction of a wall to be deferred until March, follows an early-morning meeting between Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto, who has vowed never to discuss his country’s border wall with Mr. Trump. Both men said on Thursday that they were willing to keep an open line of communication.

In addition to making public the wall’s exact cost, the Mexican lawmakers also authorized additional funding for its construction by $3.2 billion, but Trump’s administration has insisted it will be as much as $21 billion.

“It’s not a great wall at all, but it’s going to be built,” Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said of the wall Thursday morning on a visit to Las Vegas with Trump ally Steve Bannon, who was at the time President Trump’s chief strategist. “At least we have a wall now.”

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On Tuesday, an order gave Trump authority to send U.S. border patrol agents back to the northern border in a matter of days, though it has not been clear how the U.S. will enforce the order. The order, however, had been delayed in the courts; a court in Seattle issued an injunction last week blocking enforcement of the order.

Mexico’s parliament approved Thursday a new version of Tr예스카지노ump’s plan for making the wall, calling it “Mexico’s most concrete demand” and saying it should take up at least a third of U.S. federal land, to “ensure 더킹카지노adequate security and the sovereignty and independence of Mexico.”

The new Mexican wall will mark the first time that Mexico has proposed a major building of its own. In November, at the behest of Nieto, Congress agreed to spend around $1 billion on a project to build a 30-kilometer (18-mile) border fence in exchange for the construction of 700,000 square meters of fence, with a price tag of $1.3 billion.

Pena Nieto did not seek permission from Trump to build a wall at his request, but he has said his country “needs” such a barrier to prevent illegal crossings.

The border wall proposal has drawn sharp opposition from Democrats and Republicans. Mexican immigration attorney Angel Rubal