Friday, March 17, 2017

AZMEX I3 16-3-17

AZMEX I3 16 MAR 2017

"Morena" is his new political org.
As always, it's about illegal immigrants.
"The principle of presumption of innocence" Not in Mexico.

López Obrador calls on the IACHR to protect migrants from Trump
The leader of Morena filed a complaint before the IACHR before the Republican immigration policies; Delivered 12 thousand signatures against the wall
03/15/2017 14:29 ISABEL GONZÁLEZ / ENVIADA


WASHINGTON, United States.

Andrés Manuel López Obrador formally denounced the US President Donald Trump's government for violating the human rights of Mexican migrants and the world.

Together with law professor Netzaí Sandoval, López Obrador went to the headquarters of the
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington to file a petition requesting precautionary measures to stop executive orders issued by Trump regarding the construction of a Wall in the border with Mexico and the massive and immediate deportation of civilians even with minor offenses.

According to the complaint that gathered the support of 12 thousand Mexican and American citizens, to a staff of Trump on January 25 of this year, violates various rights, including:

Not to be discriminated against
The principle of presumption of innocence
the access to justice
Due process
As well as the right to family reunification
Right to wages and private property.

When detailing before the US press what the complaint presented and that includes the case of a Mexican woman deported and separated from her children for, the leader of MORENA said that if he wins the presidential elections in 2018 " he will go before The UN "as head of state to defend the migrants.

If the persecution of Mexicans and migrants continues on the part of the Donald Trump administration and we succeed, we will proceed legally to the UN, "said the former presidential candidate, criticizing that the Mexican government" has been slow "to file a complaint as And they have only delivered speeches and no actions before human rights organizations.

The issue of the 43 disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero was again the subject of questions to Lopez Obrador by the communicators in a press conference that lasted for more than an hour.

When asked to clarify whether or not he had links with former governor of Guerrero, Ángel Aguirre and ex-mayor of Iguala, José Luis Abarca . Antonio Tizapa, the father of one of the disappeared, who he rebuked in New York, Lopez Obrador emphasized that he has nothing to do with them and that it is "a lamentable confusion" in which the Mexican state must be demanded and not to clarify what happened to the students.

He also explained that he understands the father of the disappeared student "but that he was wrong" in his procedure because it was an act of provocation.

I have nothing to do with Mr. Abarca or with Mr. Aguirre, that I have moral authority, I have nothing to be ashamed of, I have nothing to do with this lamentable case, "he remarked, remembering that they always wanted to involve him in the case Of the 43 missing to affect their image.

We face the regime against this barbarity, we are reproached, I am convinced that it was an act of provocation, I understand the desperation that may have the father of this young man, I understand but I do not agree with that procedure because it is unfair, the Claim is against the state, not to us, to the regime, is a very serious, unfortunate confusion. "

Issues such as structural reforms, the Free Trade Agreement and the fight against insecurity were also addressed by the president of Morena.

At the end of his meeting with the journalists, López Obrador went to Washington airport to take the flight back to Mexico City to resume his tours of the state of Veracruz, Oaxaca, Querétaro and San Luis Potosí.


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