They denounce repression of the October 2 march in Mexico | News

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This Monday, Committee 68 demanded that the Government of Mexico City clarify the use of tear gas launched in the capital's Zócalo against members of the march that commemorated the 55th anniversary of the so-called Tlatelolco massacre.


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The Committee 68 for Democratic Liberties published a message on the social network 55 years of October 2, 1968.”

The non-governmental organization specified that minors, older people and families participated in the commemorative activity.

This Monday thousands of people held the annual march to commemorate the Tlatelolco massacre, as the deadly attack by paramilitary groups against a peaceful student demonstration that took place in that area near the center of Mexico City on October 2 is known. of 1968.

Within the framework of the demonstration, a group of hooded men tried to knock down the enormous metal fences that surround the National Palace, headquarters of the Executive branch, with sledgehammers, hammers and rockets.

At one point, a group of Mexico City police officers showed up and began to repel the young people.

It was when the launch of tear gas against the peaceful concentration occurred, affecting some people with eye irritation and breathing difficulties.

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