Ayotzinapa March 2023 LIVE: demonstration begins with the parents of the 43 in the head
The march began with the group of fathers and mothers of the 43 normalistas, who led the demonstration with different banners showing photos of the missing; They are followed by different contingents of students, coming from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), of the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN), Autonomous Universiade of Mexico (UAM), among other.
Collectives, black blocs, some groups of institutions and more have also gathered.
A few minutes before the mobilization takes place, different groups and groups have begun to leave the Insurgentes metro, in order to reach the Angel of Independence o'clock at four in the afternoon. The relatives of the normalistas, for their part, have left their sit-ins to reach the starting point.
Traffic has been stopped in the streets surrounding the monument.
What does AMLO's letter to the parents of the 43 missing people say?
Despite the demands and claims to the government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), the fathers and mothers of the normalistas held a meeting with the first federal president, who delivered a letter with the position of his administration.
The text was released by the Government of Mexico, where 4 points stand out. The first of them indicated that the documents requested by the parents have been presented, in order to continue the search processes.
“Today, a report that I requested from General Luis Crescencio Sandoval González, Secretary of National Defense, is delivered on the documents that you are requesting. This report explains how many pages and files have been delivered (...) the commitment to continue the search for other writings is reiterated... "he highlights.
In addition to this, the letter also indicates that the recordings related to the case have been delivered, which were provided by the United States government.
They begin to arrive at the Angel of Independence
Shortly after the march towards the Capital Zócalo begins, some fathers and mothers of the normalistas, as well as different groups, have begun to arrive at the starting point of the demonstration, at the Ángel de la Independencia. However, traffic in the areas surrounding the monument continues with traffic flow. The closure of the routes is expected shortly.
More than a dozen students, clearly from the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters from UNAM, got together in Metro Copilcofrom Line 3, to join the contingent heading for the march.
Among its slogans are:
“Ayotzinapa lives, the fight continues”
They perform mass nine years after the disappearance
Relatives and people close to the 43 Ayotzinapa students arrived at the facilities of the Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center for the celebration of a mass.
The family's lawyer, Vidulfo Rosales, pointed out that the mass is private. At the end of the mass, the fathers and mothers of the 43 normalistas will go to the Angel of Independence to prepare before the start of the march.
What advances have been presented in the research?
During the afternoon of Monday, September 25, mothers and fathers of the 43 missing people from Ayotzinapa held a meeting with Alejandro Encinas and Rosa Icela Rodríguez; This was what they were informed.
What is known about the Ayotzinapa Case after the parents' meeting with authorities
The fathers and mothers of the students who disappeared on the night of September 26, 2014 in the state of Guerrero met this Monday, September 25, with Alejandro Encinas and Rosa Icela Rodríguez
Patience is running out among the families of the 43 missing from Ayotzinapa on the ninth anniversary of the event and pressure is growing for the president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), fulfill his promise to resolve the case in the last year of his term.
Within the framework of the ninth anniversary of the disappearance of the normalistas, the Ministry of the Interior (Segob) pointed to Tomás Zerón, former head of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) for having created the historical truth of that case based on torture and the alteration of evidence.
What happened to Tomás Zerón, the author of the “historical truth” of the Ayotzinapa case who remains a fugitive from justice
The Segob released a statement in which it accused Zerón of creating the historical truth with torture and alteration of evidence
Within the framework of ninth anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa students, in Guerrerocarried out on September 26, 2014, the Secretary of the Interior shared a statement on its website, where it pointed out Tomás Zerón, former head of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) if there is created the historical truth of that case based on torture and the alteration of evidence.
What happened to the 43 students from Ayotzinapa?
According to the chronology of the events, the deprivation of liberty of the 43 normal students occurred between the night of the 26th and the early morning of the 27th. September 2014when the students were preparing to attend the October 2 commemoration in Mexico City.
The call “historical truth”revealed on January 27, 2015 by the now defunct Attorney General's Office (PGR), maintained that the 43 students were kidnapped and murdered by the cartel. United Warriorswho would have burned them in a garbage dump in Colula, Guerrero.
Who were the 43 normalistas of Ayotzinapa and what happened to them
The parents of the 43 missing people continue to demand justice for their children; This September 26 they will hold a march in Mexico City
In September 201443 students from the Ayotzinapa Rural Normal School, 'Raúl Isidro Burgos', disappeared without a trace in Iguala, Guerrero. This Wednesday they are fulfilled nine years of that fact, which has been classified as a “state crime.”
Since the afternoon of Monday, September 25, the capital authorities began to place metal protection fences in historical monuments in the center of CDMX, such as the Palace of Fine Arts, the Juárez Hemicycle and the Angel of Independence.
For its part, the entrances to the National Palace were bordered with metal fences of up to three meters high.
They blind the National Palace and the Historic Center for the Ayotzinapa March 2023
Starting this Monday, September 25, protective fences began to be placed in the Zócalo and Reforma
The families of the 43 students and activists will march this Tuesday, September 26 at 4:00 p.m. from the Angel of Independence to the National Palace in Mexico City, where the federal government placed metal fences to protect the residence and office of President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO).
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