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Chiapas: 18 years since the Acteal massacre | SIPAZ Blog

2.1.16

Chiapas: 18 years since the Acteal massacre | SIPAZ Blog: For his part, the director of the Fray Bartolom� de las Casas Center for Human Rights (CDHFBC), Pedro Faro Navarro, denounced that in the Acteal case, “there has been no justice, and the wall of impunity persists.” He added that “state officials, including Ernesto Zedillo, clearly knew what was happening in Chenalh�, in terms of the precedents and the moment at which the massacre was happening, due to reports from the Mexican Army which had been deployed in the Highlands region, thus confirming the direct participation of the Mexican State in the Acteal massacre. The national context shows us that justice will not come from above, nor from those in power or those who administer the State, let alone the existing power-groups or anyone who manipulates and corrupts [the people], who are the owners of the justice system in Mexico.” He noted that for this reason, the Las Abejas Civil Society “is building through its for a another justice,” such that “one possible conclusion is that the future of the people who have been degraded and discriminated against will need no justice from the State.”


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