Hooded men vandalize the CCH Azcapotzalco and leave three injured: UNAM

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The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) announced that today afternoon, October 20, 2023 fifty people, most with their faces coveredviolently entered the CCH Azcapotzalco and caused destruction and a fire that left three people injured.

In a statement, the highest house of studies indicated that, without any reason, the vandalistic group also deviously attacked the administrative staffwho was prevented from leaving the facilities.

“At least three people were injured and medical attention is being provided”

The UNAM He added that the legal department will file criminal complaints against those responsible for this crude provocation and will provide all the evidence in its possession so that the corresponding authority can carry out a thorough investigation.

“Attacks like the one perpetrated today by a violent, commando-type group have no place in any space, much less in educational facilities.”

The UNAM expresses its open repudiation and indignation at the interests outside the university that seek to affect, with luxury of violence, the succession process of the Rectorate, which is carried out in complete order in our university.

CCH Azcapo had suspended classes for the evening shift

Hours before, the educational authorities of the CCH Azcapotzalco They had suspended classes in the afternoon shift, due to the lack of conditions to carry out academic activities. Faculty are invited to attend to their students remotely.

“We reiterate our priority to resolve any situation that arises through respectful dialogue and we ask the community to stay informed through our official channels throughout the day,” the statement indicated.

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