Parents of 43 people from Ayotzinapa protest six years later

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Three days after the six-year anniversary of the disappearance of the 43 normalistas from Ayotzinapa, parents, students, and activists hold demonstrations in Mexico City and in various states of the country, to demand justice from the government and find the truth. of the Iguala case.

In Mexico City, the parents of the 43 disappeared normalistas and students of the Normal “Isidro Burgos” demonstrate in front of the facilities of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (SCJN).

“The Supreme Court has not created an approved jurisdiction, a set of courts that would exclusively hear the Ayotzinapa case,” claimed lawyer Vidulfo Rosales.

The investigations, he warned, have progressed slowly due to the large network of collusion that was built during the administration of President Enrique Peña Nieto and continues to this day.

“There is a scaffolding of impunity built that today is difficult to destroy, not even 5 percent has been dismantled,” he lamented.

With today’s demonstration in front of the SCJN, the parents of the disappeared students begin their protests in Mexico City for the sixth anniversary of the events in Iguala.

On Thursday they will demonstrate in front of the Federal Judicial Council, where they will complain about the acts of corruption of the judges that have allowed the release of alleged perpetrators.

During the protest on Wednesday, activists like Melitón Ortega, called for the prosecution of former officials, among them Tomás Zerón, former head of the Criminal Investigation Agency of the former PGR.

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While on Tuesday, the demonstrations were held in the state of Guerrero, where Congress was vandalized to demand justice in the week that will mark six years of the event.

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Several buses loaded with family members and students arrived in the state capital, Chilpancingo, to hold a rally in front of the Congress of the federative entity, which was followed by proclamations and acts of vandalism by members of student unions.

The protesters launched rockets and other incendiary devices at the legislative compound, which was empty before the call for the mobilization.

The protest joins the one carried out in front of the Judicial City of that federal entity to demand videos of the night of the disappearance.


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