Deputies commemorate disappearance of Ayotzinapa normalistas

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With counting from 1 to 43 and positions of the parliamentary groups on the platform, the Chamber of Deputies commemorated in its session this Tuesday the ninth anniversary of the disappearance of the Ayotzinapa normalistas.

At the proposal of legislators Leonel Godoy, from Morena, and Elizabeth Pérez, from the PRD, the plenary session counted and took roll by name and surname to the students of the Isidro Burgos Rural Normal School, absent since the night of September 26, 2014.

From the podium and on behalf of Morena, the legislator and former normalist Manuel Vázquez maintained that, with great difficulty and with great difficulties, the investigations of the case show progress although He admitted that there is still much to do.

“There is, of course, much left to do, but it is decontextualized, it is forgotten, who invented the historical truth in that year; At that time, like many now, they remained silent, they did not have the courage at that time to talk about the 43, they kept a deathly silence, because it was their government that was in charge and the one that was being singled out; "Nine years later, they have a lot of courage to denounce someone who, with great difficulty and with great difficulties, is making progress in the investigation," he said.

In her turn, representative Yesenia Galarza, from the PAN, warned that the government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador maintains a large debt with the parents of the 43 normalistas and with the families that have suffered the disappearance of one of their members.

“We want to warn from this forum that it would be extremely regrettable if the government is profiting from the issue of the Ayotzinapa normalistas and delaying offering its answers during the election year. No, deputies, the pain of the families does not deserve that there be a political calculation involved: what is required is that there be justice, what is required is that the truth be known,” he pointed out.

The commemoration at the Palace of San Lázaro concluded with a new count from the standsat the end of the interventions of the legislators representing their respective groups.


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