Mexico Edition.

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Forty days after hurricanes Ingrid and Manuel, dozens of indigenous residents of mountain towns in Guerrero traveled to Mexico City to denounce that they are still living hungry and out in the open; roads and houses are demolished and crops destroyed , and that in the midst of that misfortune, several mayors keep pantries for electoral purposes. However, the protesters returned to their villages without a response from the authorities. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts Voz Pública from Mexico City.

 

Guests: (recordings) Obdulia Herrera, Metlatonoc; Ignacio Rivera Pinzón, San Rafael; Mauro Bruno Garcia, Acatepec; Hermenegildo Morán, Malinaltepec; Saúl Moran Oropeza, Siénega; Mayran Benjamin Yolotl Galeana, Tilapa; Margarita Nemesio and Abel Barrera, Director, Tlachinollan Human Rights Center, Tlapa, Guerrero.

 

 

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