There was progress... until they had to touch the Army: parents of the 43

Mothers and fathers of the 43 disappeared students from Ayotzinapa stated that they will not take a single step back in their fight for justice and demanded that there be no impunity for anyone, in particular for the soldiers named in the investigation.

Emiliano Navarrete, father of the normalista José Ángel Navarrete, said that it seemed that there was “a minimal advance with this government”, but it backed down when it seemed that they were going to touch the Mexican Army.

He said that if prosecutor Alejandro Gertz Manero cannot handle the charge, he should be removed.

Hilda Leguidenomother of Jorge Antonio Tizapa Leguideño, said that eight years after the crime glimpse impunitybut said the parents are still standing up demanding justice.

He affirmed that this government has only shown hypotheses and has not demonstrated its investigations, while the military refuses to be investigated, considering “that they are outside the law.”

The government of Mexico City reported that 7,000 people participated in the march.

“A small group of cloaked men tried to loot a sports business, without success. There were no injuries. The balance is positive”, said the Secretary of Government, Martí Batres.

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