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Vidulfo Rosales Sierra | El Sur de Acapulco I Peri�dico de Guerrero

23.10.15

Vidulfo Rosales Sierra | El Sur de Acapulco I Peri�dico de Guerrero: Launched the PRI in Congress against vandalism and criticizes the government crossing arms: the 16th of current reporter a note published in Hugo Pacheco says South appears. A PRI deputy to stand up to urge the governor to protect, custody and preserve public archives estatales.Para justify their proposal argued that Guerrero is one of the states with the highest poverty, marginalization, lack of access to education, insecurity and social unrest . So he said the government is delegitimized to implement the Act, imprison, prosecute and suppress protests (including killing and disappearing) .The PRI legislator continued: poor and marginalized those without access to education and dissatisfied with insecurity "transgressors are shielded in alleged political banners and social demands they know that the chances are slim of being punished." No member of the domesticated left up to refute this. The warrant was adopted without further discussion.


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