Violent protests over the Ayotzinapa case seek to discredit the Government: AMLO

President, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO)assured that the violent protests this week for the Ayotzinapa case they seek to discredit the Government of the Fourth Transformation.

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“I believe that there are interests that are seeking to confront us, to discredit the government because the members of Ayotzinapa, the parents of the young people have been informed of everything we are doing, what happened is being clarified, punishing those responsible”, declared AMLO in its morning conference from National Palace.

López Obrador referred to the demonstrations for Ayotzinapa this week in Mexico City, where activists have vandalized the Israeli Embassyblocked main streets and even wounded a police officer in front of the Attorney General of the Republic (FGR).

The controversy over the disappearance of the 43 young people, which occurred on September 26, 2014 in the state of Warrior, has been revived after the report presented in August by the Truth Commissionwhich concludes that it was a “state crime” and that there is no evidence that they are alive.

But López Obrador, who promised to clarify the crime when he assumed power in 2018, argued that in the protests “they want to make the situation worse because there are always people who do not want the problems to be resolved because they live from the conflict.”

“Where is the non-violence, the peaceful civil resistance? hooded, throwing stones, there is conservatism, or what usually happens, that the extremes touch, the extreme right and the extreme left. So of course I do not agree with these manifestations of violence, “he criticized.

The activists and relatives of the 43 disappeared from Ayotzinapa They have planned a rally this Friday at Military Camp Number 1 in Mexico City due to accusations that the Government has covered up the participation of the Army.

“They want to continue arguing that rights are being violated human rights and I tell them: no, we are not the same. Also, if you protest, it has to be done peacefully,” said López Obrador.

The Truth Commission has rejected the “historical truth“, the version of the Government of Enrique Peña Nieto (2012-2018) that affirmed that corrupt policemen detained the students and handed them over to the cartel United Warriorswho murdered them and incinerated them in a garbage dump in Guerrero.

The López Obrador administration denied that version, agreeing with relatives and with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and its Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI), which stated that the bodies could not be burned in that place.

With information from EFE.



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