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Chiapas: Coastal Civil Observation Mission Ends Two Months after the 8.2 Earthquake | SIPAZ Blog

24.11.17

Chiapas: Coastal Civil Observation Mission Ends Two Months after the 8.2 Earthquake | SIPAZ Blog: The mission obtained “the testimony of victims and communities whose situation of humanitarian emergency has not been sufficiently visible or attended” and held meetings with the municipal presidents of Tonala and Arriaga, as well as with State Government officials.

In its main conclusions, the mission found “serious misinformation about the criteria and procedures in granting support for the reconstruction process.” It also observed “certain inequities and discriminatory elements in the granting of support”, as well as “a serious lack of coordination of the federal government with the municipal authorities and with society”.


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