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Chiapas: Ch’ol indigenous people occupy Tila City Hall after decades of having been ignored | SIPAZ Blog

27.12.15

Chiapas: Ch’ol indigenous people occupy Tila City Hall after decades of having been ignored | SIPAZ Blog: Protestors indicated that in 2008 the ejidal authorities of Tila had won a motion promoted “against one of the several attempts at plundering that we have suffered since 1964, due to the different actions taken by City Hall, the state government, and the local congress.” The motion orders the restitution of 130 hectares of ancestral lands. However, using the argument that the sentence cannot possibly be implemented, City Hall has failed to observe the ruling.


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