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Part of a testimony of the people detained from San Sebastián Bachajón

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Ejidatarios de San Sebastián Bachajón

Denunciation from Other Campaign members of San Sebastian Bachajon

EJIDO SAN SEBASTIÁN BACHAJON ADHERENTS TO THE OTHER CAMPAIGN OF THE SIXTH DECLARATION OF THE LACANDON JUNGLE, CHIAPAS, MEXICO.

TO THE NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL OTHER CAMPAIGN.TO CIVIL SOCIETY.

TO THE INDEPENDENT AND DEMOCRATIC ORGANIZATIONS.

TO NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS.

TO PUBLIC OPINION

We Publicly denounce the state government of Juan Sabines and his bad government collaborators and C. Francisco Guzman Jimenez and C. Carmen Aguilar Gomez I, Carmen Aguilar Gomez II and C. Juan Alvarado Moreno, Manuel Jimenez Moreno, Juan Jimenez Garcia, Miguel Ruiz Hernandez, Jesus Ruiz Hernandez, Manuel Deara Gomez, Sebastian Ruiz Alvaro and Melchorio Perez Moreno that since February 2 organized a group of PRI members to take possession of the Agua Azul ticket booth with excessive violence accompanied by one hundred police from different agencies of the bad government where since 2 years ago the organization had recuperated it with effort after the government had taken possession of that ecotourist center to make their profitable plans and transnational investments after various incarcerations it repeated it the same way again.

Where currently last February 3, 2011, with excessive violence, approximately 121 Other Campaign members were unjustly detained, blamed for several crimes as has always been done thanks to the shameless ideology of Noé Castañon León, Juan Sabines’ Secretary of Government to repeat again the human rights violations to be able to recuperate the ecotourist center’s ticket booth for the bad government’s projects.

They are the ones principally responsible for what has now emerged since currently there are 2 disappeared deprived of their freedom without knowing where they have them. Like the organizations that we are we demand the quick release of our compañeros since we are not criminals. The criminals are the aforementioned.

We are an organization that struggles and we seek a better world with hopes to continue living with peace and tranquility, to protect our natural resources from our Mother Earth that our ancestors have left to us. We are an organization that has the dignity of showing the government that we are not alone. We ask the rest of the national and international organizations for their solidarity in this noble cause for the freedom of our compañeros, detained for the crimes that it imputes to them for defending their land, their resources and autonomy.

SINCERELYLAND and LIBERTY!

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Arbitrary detention of community members in Chiapas – Urgent Action – Frayba

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San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas
07 de febrero de 2011

Acción Urgente

Privación Arbitraria de la Libertad a ejidatarios en Chiapas

  • Gobierno estatal mantiene detenidos a 10 ejidatarios de San Sebastián Bachajón, adherentes a La Otra Campaña.

El pasado 3 de febrero fueron detenidos de manera arbitraria 117 ejidatarios, indígenas tseltales, de San Sebastián Bachajón, Municipio de Chilón, Chiapas; las personas detenidas, adherentes a La Otra Campaña (en adelante LOC), señalaron que entre las irregularidades en el proceso legal no contaron con abogado defensor ni interprete calificado, además fueron amenazadas por policías estatales y hostigados por el Ministerio Público.

Según datos con los que cuenta este Centro de Derechos Humanos, la detención de los ejidatarios ocurrió mientras se encontraban reunidos, a la altura de la entrada a las Cascadas de Agua Azul, acordando la respuesta que darían al gobierno estatal sobre el ofrecimiento de iniciar una mesa de diálogo entre las partes; fue entonces cuando policías estatales realizaron la detención masiva, persiguiendo a los que buscaban refugio en las casas de los vecinos de la zona.

Al día siguiente, 4 de febrero, comenzaron los interrogatorios y el desahogo de pruebas, les hicieron la prueba de rodizonato de sodio y fueron obligados a dar muestras de orina para exámenes toxicológicos; durante todo el proceso refirieron que en ningún momento fueron asistidos por abogado defensor, ni auxiliados por interpretes calificados de acuerdo a su lengua y cultura. Los testimonios señalan que durante la recepción de sus declaraciones ministeriales, recibieron amenazas por parte de policías estatales y hostigamiento de servidores públicos responsables de la procuración de justicia.

Según datos, aproximadamente a las 02:00 hrs., del día 5 de febrero, la Procuraduría General de Justicia del Estado de Chiapas liberó a 107 ejidatarios y a las 20:00 horas, del mismo día, fueron consignadas 10 personas, entre ellas un menor de edad, al Juzgado Penal de Playas de Catazajá y trasladados al Centro Estatal para la Reinserción Social de Sentenciados No. 17 (CERSS No. 17) en el Municipio de Playas de Catazajá, Chiapas, bajo las acusaciones de homicidio calificado, homicidio en grado de tentativa, atentados contra la paz y la integridad corporal y patrimonio del Estado, bajo el expediente penal No. 39/2011.

Las ejidatarios de San Sebastián Bachajón, adherentes a LOC, que permanecen detenidos son:

  • Mariano Demeza Silvano (menor de edad, tiene 17 años)
  • Domingo Pérez Álvaro (forma parte de la Comisión de promoción)
  • Pedro Hernández López (secretario del comisariado ejidal)
  • Miguel López Deara (suplente del consejero ejidal)
  • Domingo García Gómez (integrante del Comité de Defensa de Derechos)
  • Juan Aguilar Guzmán (Principal cajero)
  • Pedro García Álvaro (con discapacidad mental)
  • Jerónimo Guzmán Méndez (ejidatario)
  • Pedro López Gómez (ejidatario)
  • Miguel Álvaro Deara (ejidatario)

El día 6 de febrero, el gobierno del estado de Chiapas anunció públicamente el inicio de una mesa de diálogo entre las partes; sin embargo los ejidatarios adherentes a LOC no se presentaron debido a que la propuesta no respetó que ya existía un proceso de diálogo para llegar a un acuerdo comunitario, además indicaron haber sido agredidos y despojados violentamente de la caseta de cobro por el grupo de ejidatarios “oficialistas”; que el gobierno estatal mantiene a 10 ejidatarios presos y que cuerpos policiacos mantienen ocupado el territorio que ancestralmente les pertenece.

Ante estos hechos, este Centro de Derechos Humanos considera que se violaron el derecho a la integridad personal, derecho a la presunción de inocencia, derecho al debido proceso, garantías judiciales y protección judicial.

Debido a que el próximo viernes 11 de febrero, se vence el plazo jurídico, exhortamos a la comunidad nacional e internacional que se pronuncie para que:

  • Se garanticen los derechos humanos de las personas detenidas, particularmente el derecho a la presunción de inocencia, de protección judicial y garantías judiciales, así como el respeto al debido proceso legal.

A los colectivos, organizaciones y personas, realicen actos de solidaridad a favor de las personas detenidas y por el respeto al territorio de los pueblos indígenas.

Pedimos el envío de sus acciones urgentes a:

Lic. Felipe de Jesús Calderón Hinojosa
Presidente de la República
Residencia Oficial de los Pinos
Casa Miguel Alemán
Col. San Miguel Chapultepec,
C.P. 11850, México DF
Tel: (52.55) 2789.1100 Fax: (52.55) 5277.2376
Correo: felipe.calderon@presidencia.gob.mx

Lic. Juan José Sabines Guerrero
Gobernador Constitucional del Estado de Chiapas
Palacio de Gobierno del Estado de Chiapas, 1er Piso
Av. Central y Primera Oriente, Colonia Centro, C.P. 29009
Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, México
Fax: +52 961 61 88088 – + 52 961 6188056
Extensión 21120. 21122
Correo: secparticular@chiapas.gob.mx

Dr. Noé Castañón León
Secretario General de Gobierno del Estado de Chiapas
Palacio de Gobierno del Estado de Chiapas, 2do Piso
Av. Central y Primera Oriente, Colonia Centro, C.P. 29009Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, México
Conmutador: + 52 (961) 61 2-90-47, 61 8-74-60
Extensión: 20003
Correo: secretario@secgobierno.chiapas.gob.mx

Dr. Juan Gabriel Coutiño Gómez
Magistrado Presidente del Tribunal Superior de Justicia del Estado de Chiapas
Tribunal Superior de Justicia del Estado. Edificio A, 2do. Piso
Libramiento Norte Oriente No. 2100, Fracc. El Bosque
CP 29047, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas, México
Teléfono:+ 52 (961) 61-6-53-54, 61-653-55 Fax: + 52 (961) 61-6-53-50
Correo: cdominguezb@poderjudicialchiapas.gob.mx

Favor de enviar copia a:

Centro de Derechos Humanos Fray Bartolomé de Las Casas, AC.
Calle Brasil 14, Barrio Mexicanos, 29240 San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas, México
Tel: 967 6787395, 967 6787396, Fax: 967 6783548
Correo: accionurgente@frayba.org.mx

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Red contra la Represión y por la Solidaridad

Communique by the Network against Repression on the detention of adherents to the Other Campaign from San Sebastián Bachajón

This February 3 the federal and state police and members of the Mexican army detained 140 compañeros from the Ejido of San Sebastián Bachajón during a demonstration after their tollbooth to the waterfalls of Agua Azul was taken from them by a group of PRI sympathizers supported by members of the police.

The hypocrisy of the governor of Chiapas, Juan Sabines, is evident, since he says one thing and does another; his words of admiration to Samuel Ruiz are one thing, his hatred and violence against indigenous peoples and their independent organizations is another. He does not tolerate that his former peons talk back to him, much less that they defend their lands.

What do we see in Chiapas beyond the campaigns promoted in commercial media, which attempt to give a false image of the southeastern state? Only repression ad dispossession.

This isn’t the first time that Juan Sabines attacks social activists in both zapatista communities and those which are adherents to the Other Campaign; Sabines attacks a social movement that struggles for justice, for their rights to live with dignity, for the construction of a new country and a new world: there are our 140 compañeros detained.

PRI supporters were not touched when they took the tollbooth, but our compañeros from Bachajón were detained precisely when they struggled to recuperate what they had obtained with their efforts.

The Network against Repression and for Solidarity remains alert to this unfair situation and will undertake the necessary actions in solidarity with our compañeros from Chiapas.

We call on all our compañeros and compañeras in Mexico to undertake actions in solidarity and demosntrations against this agression of the PRI and the government of Sabines against our compañeros from San Sebastián Bachajón, according to your ways and methods.

We call on our compañeros and compañeras from the Sezta Internazional to undertake urgent actions in support and solidarity.

FREEDOM TO POLITICAL PRISONERS

FREEDOM TO OUR COMPAÑEROS FROM SAN SEBASTIÁN BACHAJÓN

Against despoilment and repression… solidarity

Red Contra la Represión y por la Solidaridad (RvsR)

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Noticias de la Otra

Road block for political prisoners of Mitzitón and agressions in Molino de los Arcos, Chiapas

On Jan 27 members of the community of Mitzitón, Chiapas, adherents to the other campaign, blocked the highway San Cristóbal – Ocosingo and did a sit-in in front of the Los Llanos prison (Cereso 5) to demand the freedom of two compañeros who have been unjustly jailed for 9 and 3 years. This action is part of a long struggle to resist government abuses and paramilitary agressions. In the sit-in, which lasted over 24 hours, members of other communities adherents to the Other Campaign were also present. Among them, membres from the community of Molino de los Arcos.In that community, an opposing group took advantage of the fact that most of the men were absent to attack mostly women and children with sticks and rocks. (Continuar leyendo…)

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Frayba

(Español) Violaciones a Derechos Humanos en las carceles en Chiapas.

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relatos zapatistas

special report: anti-COP16 mobilizations in mexico city

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Programa de Relatos Zapatistas del 31 de octubre, 2010

EDUCATION / KNOWLEDGE: complete show including dia de los muertos, frayba report, anti-porro march in DF and remembering the massacre of 1968, an update from anti-authoritarian compas in chile with a discussion of autonomous libraries, and an interview with oakland high school students who visited chiapas as part of a delegation.

Full introduction at Indybay.

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Interview with anti-authoritarian compañer@s in Chile

Interview with three compañer@s from the anti-authoritarian community in Chile, contextualizing the recent repression on the part of the Chilean state, including the arrest of 14 compañer@s, invasions and raids of social centers and homes. Also, the new modifications of the “anti-terrorism law,” resurrected from the Pinchet dictatorship since the year 2000.

For more info:

http://hommodolars.org/

http://solidaridadporlxspresxs.blogspot.com/

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Frecuencia Libre

Interview with América del Valle (Atenco) in her visit to Chiapas

Interview with América del Valle, member of the Peoples Front for the Defense of Land (FPDT), Atenco, during her visit to Chiapas.

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