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#Chiapas, #Mexico: What is the Cost of Justice? Update on the Prisoners in Struggle

Mexican territory: This piece comes from the Working Group No Estamos Todxs, giving an update on the dire situation of the prisoners in struggle on hunger strike in Chiapas. After more than eighty days of struggle and hunger strike, the imprisoned compañeros have committed to justice and freedom, or their death.

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#Chiapas, #Mexico: Deteriorating Health of Hunger Striking Prisoner in Struggle, Marcelino Ruíz Gómez

Statement from Karla Guadalupe Meza, partner of Marcelino Ruíz Gómez, hunger striking prisoner in struggle in Chiapas. The statement speaks to the deteriorating health of Marcelino, and the negative effects of the prison on people and families more generally.

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Call For Global Action Against Militarization in #Zapatista Territory on May 31

Chiapas, Mexican territory: What follows is the call for global action against the militarization of the Zapatista territory on May 31.

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#Chiapas: The San Cristóbal-Palenque highway is back and so is the resistance

Chiapas, Mexico: The San Cristobal-Palenque highway is key to an elaborate tourism development plan, the Palenque Integral Center (CIP, its initials in Spanish), which includes a lush green jungle area in the northern zone of Chiapas, the Agua Azul Cascades, the Misol Ha waterfall and the magnificent archaeological site of Palenque. The highway is heating up conflicts in the region.

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Indigenous #Zoques and #Tzotziles Take Over Santa Fe Mine in #Chiapas

Mexican territory: Indigenous Zoques and Tzotziles have taken over the facilities of the Santa Fe mine in the municipality of Solosuchiapa, Chiapas in defense of their territory and Mother Earth. The mine is owned by Carlos Slim, one of the richest men in the world.

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#Chiapas, #Mexico: Hunger Striking Prisoner, Adrián Gomez Jiménez, Facing Serious Health Risks

Chiapas, Mexico: This communiqué speaks to the deteriorating and dire health situation of Indigenous prisoner in struggle, Adrián Gomez Jiménez, as he continues a hunger strike demanding his freedom.

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Militarization Increases in #Zapatista and Campesino Territories in #Chiapas

Mexico, Chiapas: The counterinsurgency strategy in regions populated by first peoples supporting the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) has intensified since President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador’s (AMLO) administration took power in Mexico, according to human rights watch groups deployed in Chiapas.

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CNI-CIG / #EZLN Communique on kidnapping and murder of compañeros from Emiliano Zapata Popular Indigenous Council of #Guerrero

On May 9 we published a statement of the Popular Indigenous Council of Guerrero-Emiliano Zapata (CIPOG-EZ) about the kidnapping and murder of comrades Modesto Verales Sebastián and José Lucio Bartolo. What follows is a joint statement by CNI-CIG and EZLN about the same case.

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#Chiapas, #Mexico: Prisoners in Struggle Return to a Full Hunger Strike

These three communiqués (one from the Working Group No Estamos Todxs, and two from imprisoned organizing groups) express the decision to return to a full and indefinite hunger strike by the prisoners in struggle in Chiapas, Mexico. This decision comes after the government has failed to fulfill its agreements reached in dialogue with the prisoners’ families.

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#Chiapas, #Mexico: Update After 60 Days of the Prison Hunger Strike

This communiqué comes from the Working Group No Estamos Todxs. It provides a historical recount of the development of the prison hunger strike in Chiapas, and an update on the situation after sixty days of the strike.

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