The Mexican Army is ordered to preserve reports on Ayotzinapa | News

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This Monday, a collegiate court in Mexico ordered the Army to preserve the documents linked to the case of the Ayotzinapa normalistas after the magistrate granted the provisional suspension in the amparo lawsuit filed by relatives of the disappeared.


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The decision comes after the alleged failure by the Secretariat of National Defense (Sedena) to comply with the presidential decree of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador after not delivering all the reports in power.

The measure issued in 2018 by the Mexican president establishes that all agencies of the federal public administration have the obligation to collaborate with the clarification of the events of September 2014.

In this sense, the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI) indicated in its latest report that the Army “has arbitrarily hidden a still undetermined number of reports from the Regional Intelligence Fusion Centers.”

In turn, the Miguel Agustín Pro Juárez Human Rights Center pointed out that there are indications that the content of these documents is “relevant to understanding the criminal context of Iguala.”

Based on this, the collegiate court on administrative matters of the first circuit prohibited by order the Armed Forces from “destroying, purifying, eliminating, hiding or concealing information” demanded by the parents of the disappeared.

“Society is interested in knowing the circumstances of national events that could result in serious violations of fundamental rights,” the court highlighted.

In addition to the head of Sedena, those accused by the normalistas' relatives are: the person in charge of the General Staff, the Intelligence Headquarters and Deputy Headquarters of the National Defense General Staff and the director of the Military Intelligence Center.

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