This Thursday afternoon, March 30, the tranquility was interrupted at the Universidad del Atlántico, located on the Barranquilla road that connects to the coastal municipality of Puerto Colombia. people the hooded ones who entered the campus and the students retired.
Subjects blocked the 51b race, which provides access to the university’s facilities, burned things and distributed pamphlets in which they identified themselves and explained their presence at the site.
According to what they have given, these are members of the educational community under the leadership of which they called the “coordinator Julio Enrique Blanco”, with whom the “anarchist movement” seeks to claim various forms of struggle.
When confronted by a group of caracal men, the students had to run from the university, some say Since 2019 it has not been a similar situation and that ‘holiday shifts’.
A document by a group of Caracal people was titled Rebellion Life: Submission is Death and set out at least five demands.
“We will form clandestine paths of struggle and we will always be there, certainly more incessantly when we are about to act, when we will be there when you least expect it. Universidad Atlántico continues to fight and continues to resist, not all cement and images”, reads the end of the document.
SEMANA received a response from the administration of the university, from which they indicated that they quickly achieved normality in the university despite what happened.
“The team of director Danilo Hernandez emphasizes the availability of dialogue with all levels as a way to understand the university. Many students are making a call through social networks not to take the means of violence to express their disagreements”, they said from the university.
On the one hand, the rector of the alma mater, Danilo Hernández sent a message back to the student group from his official Twitter account, reiterating the desire for dialogue for agreements and solutions.
“This administration’s desire for dialogue to listen to the needs and disagreements of our students has always been on the table. We remain committed to all levels of the university to resolve conflicts peacefully,” the director of the state of normality reported.
“At the moment, the northern headquarters is calm and the academic authorities are taking relevant actions to solve the needs of the community,” says the three-day.
This administration’s willingness to dialogue and listen to the needs and disagreements of our students has always been on the table. We remain committed to all levels of the university to resolve conflicts peacefully.
— Danilo Hernandez (@danilohernandez) March 30, 2023