lundi, novembre 13, 2006

Actualité - Oaxaca Saga Snarls up

Mexico, Nov 12 (Prensa Latina) - Leaders of the Popular Assembly of the Peoples of Oaxaca (APPO) rejected on Sunday the executive proposal urging Gov. Ulises Ruiz to demonstrate whether he can rule that southern Mexican state.

For the social organization, the governor was unable to administrate the territory and further worsened the ongoing crisis.

Friday, the Secretariat of Government exhorted Ruiz to shortly reach an agreement with his opponents that illustrates governability in Oaxaca or leave power, although a date for the withdrawal of the federal police has not been set.

The city will be hand over to the local executive a day after the police begin to make the rounds, for him to prove his capacity to control Oaxaca.

Faced with the government ultimatum, Ruiz presented a six point plan to recover stability in the control of the state and reconcile opposition forces and the social movement.

However, APPO denounced that aggressive actions by paramilitary groups and agitators continue and once more pleaded for talks over the pull out of the federal forces.

(Prensa Latina News Agency)

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