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Chiapas: Campesinos intimidated after taking back their lands

Assembly in San Isidro Los Laureles community @RadioZapatista

In a communiqué on January 21, the San Isidro Los Laureles community, Venustiano Carranza municipality, adherents to the Sixth Declaration of the Lacandon Jungle and members of the ‘space for struggle Semilla Digna, reported intimidation… 318 more words

Chiapas

Disciplinary Report: Clausura 2016 Week 5

The Disciplinary Committee has suspended four players in the aftermath of this weekend’s Jornada 5 games.

Jaguares de Chiapas were most affected by the suspensions, as they will be missing two players for their next match. 64 more words

Soccer

People of Faith in resistance await Pope Francisco in Chiapas

BELIEVING PEOPLE IN RESISTANCE AWAIT POPE FRANCISCO IN CHIAPAS

By: Enriqueta Lerma Rodríguez

February 2, 2016

Beyond the condemning discourses about the Pope’s visit to Chiapas, accusing the event as a form of control of the masses that responds to the need for recuperating the faith of the few faithful Catholics that are left in the region facing the increase of Evangelicals and of the desire of government authorities to show the “good Indian,” it’s pertinent to analyze the relevance that the Vicar’s presence acquires for an important percentage of indigenous Catholic believers. 2,000 more words

EZLN

Lagos de Montebello - Chiapas Mexico

When we first got off the bus near the Guatemalan border after four tedious hours we were a little underwhelmed by the Lagos de Montebello National Park. 238 more words

Mexico

Victory in Oxchuc, Chiapas

THE MAYOR OF OXCHUC RESIGNS AFTER SIX MONTHS OF PROTESTS

By: Isaín Mandujano

Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas. (apro).

After six months de protests on the part of residents of Oxchuc municipio, María Gloria Sánchez Gómez, mayor-elect of the Green Ecologist Party of Mexico (PVEM, its initials in English), resigned her position. 389 more words

Mexico

Jaguares de Chiapas vs Tigres UANL - Jornada 5 Recap and Highlights

Tigres UANL came from behind to defeat Jaguares de Chiapas 1-3 on Friday night in a game where the home team finished with just nine men. 313 more words

Soccer

National/Guerrero: Unfavorable reports about corruption and human rights in Mexico

Luis Raúl González Pérez, CNDH president. Photo: @CuartOscuro

Two reports on human rights in Mexico coincided in that there is little progress in the areas of human rights and combatting corruption. 509 more words

Human Rights