Remiss the Supreme Court to exempt officials of violating human rights: Section 22
Oaxaca, México.- For Section 22 of SNTE, the ruling of the Supreme Court of Justice (SCJ), was remiss to a clear analysis of the guarantees of access to justice, due process, and the responsibility of the federal authorities .
In a statement to the public the magisterial leadership unveils its position on the approval of the draft opinion on the Oaxaca case by the highest organ of justice of the nation to which he reproached have exempted all public officials involved in the violation human rights.
THE HEROIC PEOPLE OF OAXACA
THE TEACHING OF OAXACA
THE SUPREME COURT DECIDES IF OAXACA
- THE FULL RESPONSIBILITY OF GOVERNOR Ulises Ruiz Ortiz IS RECOGNIZED IN SERIOUS VIOLATIONS IN OAXACA INDIVIDUAL GUARANTEES FOR THE YEAR 2006 - 2007
- Supreme Court POINTING THE LIABILITY OF ALL PUBLIC SAFETY CONTROL OF OAXACA STATE DURING THE YEARS 2006 2007
- It is OMISA AS THE Supreme Court to clear analysis of the guarantees of access to justice, due process of law, and the responsibility of the federal authorities.
Yesterday, 14 October 2009, the Supreme Court resolved the research faculty army on the "Oaxaca Case" certainly goes without saying that the decision is historic, as to explicitly recognize FULL RESPONSIBILITY OAXACA STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE IN SERIOUS VIOLATIONS TO WARRANTIES INDIVIDUAL.
However remiss Court was insufficient to stop pointing to all authorities involved in the serious violations of individual rights in determining the bodies and authorities to act in the case and the clear analysis of violations of individual rights such as access to justice, due process, for example. This as a result of contextualization and ignorance of events that occurred in Oaxaca during the period of investigation, facts which aimed to end the social movement generated by the existing authoritarianism in the state.
Certainly, in the analysis of the whole, the ministers if taken into account the evidence to serious omissions and the actions taken by public officials in the Oaxacan conflict in 2006, same as they were told by those affected. And lthough its decision is not binding, has a strong moral and political weight, it corresponds to the justice of this country to enforce and monitor affected at both national and international levels; demanding justice. However missing some state actors of that time such as: Lizbeth Caña Cadeza, Jorge Franco Vargas and Bulmaro Rito Salinas.
The assertion that the Supreme Court held in recognition of the serious violations of human rights and the full existence of the responsibilities noted give way to a new opportunity to punish those responsible for the events in Oaxaca during 2006 - 2007 and combat impunity in which the state has lived for decades.
Certainly the opinion is an achievement for the social movement and a blow to the prevailing Authoritarianism in the Government of Oaxaca, a fact that commits us to follow in the demand for justice and appeal to international bodies to obtain the punishment of those responsible for blood shed for those killed and repair the suffering of all those who lived repression.
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