vendredi, novembre 10, 2006

Actualité - Obrador for Human Rights Commission in Oaxaca

Mexico, Nov 10 (Prensa Latina) - Mexican opposition leader Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador asked the National Human Rights Commission (CNDH) to intervene in the state of Oaxaca, where the list of missing and murdered people continues to grow.

The leader says area governor Ulises Ruiz, accused of human rights violations, has remained in power because of political maneuvering by the controversially elected Partido Revolucionario Institucional president Felipe Calderón.

During a nationwide tour, Obrador said his truly legitimate government will do much more for the people than those in power, who act like "police, protecting the violent few."

He called on the people to attend the symbolic inauguration act on November 20 in Mexico City main square, highlighting his main goals are to protect the people and defend national heritage.

(Prensa Latina News Agency)

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