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Public representatives recognize the mistake of taking five years to approve laws in favor of missing people and their families

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Photography: Ignacio Perez Vega

Guadalajara Jalisco.

because it is How important is the report to a legislative process regarding the disappearance of persons? And why a publication that sheds light on the discovery?

The answer is simple and disastrous: because Mexico has a great Persons and the crisis of the disappearance of Jalisco it has a leader with more than 15 thousand people whose whereabouts are unknown, explained Alejandra Nuno Ruiz Velasco, director of the University Center for Dignity and Justice. “Francisco Suarez” ITESO’s book maker “A Struggle for the Rights of Desired Persons”Which was presented at the Congress of Jalisco.

MC’s deputy, Priscilla Francowho participated in the expansion of Missing Persons Law and Law for Special Declaration of Absencepointed out that it took more than five years to approve both the systems, which should not be repeated.

“Apart from a painful process, which took many years including changing the legislature. It has been five years since the first initiative of the Special Declaration of Absence was introduced in 2017. It is very unfortunate indeed, that the doors (of the Congress) have been closed for many years.”He accepted.

Esperanza Chavez, representative of the collective for their loveremembered how in them Five years of pressure, demonstration and symbolic captive on Congress for legislative power.

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“We went and we are that memory because we were holding bodies there in every performance, in every legislative meeting and in every lobby. We were there with all our strength, love and hope, because the spirit of these laws came from our knowledge and experiences. What we believe was arranged by the organizations that present this book today. It should be noted that this would not have been possible without us, the families.He emphasized.

In return, Guadalupe Aguilar, spokesman for the collective Families unite for our missing Jalisco (fundage) sorry that even today Laws already exist, sometimes they are not implemented the way they shouldR, as in the case of forensic deities in metropolitan municipalities, who are not prepared.

“I am the mother of Jose Luis Arana, my son has been missing in Tonla since January 19, 2011. When my son disappears, I dedicate two years of my life exclusively. It should be noted that you You don’t eat, you don’t sleep, you don’t bathe, the only thing I wanted was to find my son. I had the privilege of talking with Javier Sicilia, in my desperation I went to Mexico City and he asked me Said ‘It’s that you alone are not going to make them listen to you. You have to meet more people.’He emphasized.

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Hagamos’ deputy Mara Robles also expressed that Most of the popular representatives of the last two assemblies, They could not understand the pain of the families of the missing people.

“That’s why I said in this book that we made a mistake by not picking ourselves up from the political coordination board, that this was something we all had to be in and that the only way to fix that mistake is to recognize it and never do it again.” commit.”He emphasized.

The Special Declaration of Absence Act and the Missing Persons Act, were finally implemented in December 2020 and February 2021.respectively.

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