Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Clash in Xochimilco: officers have been removed from their posts

The government of Mexico City announced that it removed two government officials from their posts following clashes in San Gregorio Atlapulco, Xochimilco.

He is the general director of political coordination for the southern region, Emigdio Tonatiuh Avila Obispo, and Director General of Task Force Metropolitan Police Unit, Luis Adrian Huerta LagunaSan Gregorio, after skirmishes in Xochimilco.

Through a statement, CDMX Govt. admitted that the action of the security forces was unjustifiedThat’s why the matter will also be investigated.

“The government of Mexico City has no tolerance for police abuse. Last Friday the actions of the commanders in San Gregorio Atlapulco at the Xochimilco mayor’s office were unjustified, therefore, the head of the government, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo, called for a corresponding investigation from Mexico City’s Human Rights Commission. asked to fulfill ”, read in the statement of the head of government.

It urged the head of the country’s capital’s civil defense secretary, Omar Gassia Harfuch, to carry out better training for public servants to guarantee compliance with laws, regulations and protocols on the use of public force and the protection of human rights. ,

Regarding the drainage works to be carried out in the town, the government of the capital clarified that they will be suspended until an agreement is reached with the residents.

“Given the dissent of some residents, SACMEX is ordered to suspend works, and the Government Secretariat is ordered to continue negotiations to evaluate the various options for the sanitation of the canals raised by the residents of San Gregorio Atlapulco.” has given.” CDMX Govt.

What happened in San Gregorio Xochimilco?

a performance in San Gregorio, Atlapulco, Xochimilco, ended in a confrontation after residents demanded information about hydraulic works being carried out in their community surrounded by hundreds of policemen from Mexico City. The remaining 24 were injured.

Rocio Morales, one of the community’s residents, told the newspaper remodeling It is about the work of the sewage collector and the extraction of drinking water.

“It’s going to bring us sewage from other cities in Milpa Alta, they’re going to bring sewage and it will reach our Chinampera area,” he warned.

Furthermore, the protesters, who had already protested against the works being carried out at the corner of Zaragoza Street and Nuevo León, condemned alleged looting of water in the area; They ask for details of the budget they will use, benefits to the city and environmental impact.

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