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Friday, December 09, 2022

“We want justice and we want peace,” cries the Catholic Church in Mexico

Catholic Church in Mexico called this sunday government The state to review its security strategy following the killings of two Jesuit priests and a tourist guide last Monday chihuahuaAnd told that due to increasing violence and impunity, a river of blood flows in the country.

on Monday, Javier Campos-Morales79 years, and Joaquin Mora Salazari80, tried to help and protect the tourist guide Pedro Palma, who entered the church on the run from armed men, for which he was executed.

The killing of Jesuit priests reinforces calls for an investigation into the security strategy in Mexico, as we are experiencing a wave of historic violence: the number of murders so far in this six-year term exceeds 122,000 people. The Archdiocese of the Weekly said in its editorialby faith‘ of this day.

catholic organ said that the pain caused by his death is great, “but even greater is the pain of knowing that there are thousands of deaths in it”. Mexico,

In addition, he repeated the words of the representative in Mexico. jesus companyLuis Gerardo Moro, who said on Saturday that “the blood of Pedro, Javier and Joaquin joins the river of blood that flows through our country.”

“We want justice and we want peace. We want a safe Mexico and we want freedom from this shameful impunity. If in 72 hours they managed to retrieve the bodies of 2 priests and a common man, and proceed inquiryWhy not do the same with so many unpublished cases?” Moro said.

Archdiocese of Mexico He pointed out that the promise (of the authorities) to catch the killer of these Jesuit priests is “no longer enough”, because capturing the leader of organized crime will not solve the violence in Mexico.

“We want the promise of a better future, where peace and justice reign, where impunity is zero and where people can walk the streets safely,” he said.

He recalled that in his most recent message, the bishops of Mexico called for a national dialogue aimed at taking concrete action to build this path to peace.

“We subscribe to this call: we want to work together to build bridges, reverse polarization and rebuild the social fabric for the benefit of a better Mexico,” he concluded.

On Saturday, at a funeral commemorating the death of Jesuit priests, the religious of that congregation asked Mexico’s president, Andres Manuel López Obrador, to review their security strategy and reported that the country was under attack from violence.

“I respectfully ask, President of the Republic, to review your public safety project, because we are not doing well, and this is a popular outcry,” said Javier Avila, a Jesuit priest, community leader in Cerrocahui, Chihuahua. Said, during the month..

On Thursday, López Obrador promised that the murders of two Jesuit priests would be “fully” investigated and offered a reward for the alleged murderer.

On the same day, officials from the Mexican State of Chihuahua, the National Guard and the Mexican Army, in the municipality of Yurique, arrested Cesar Iván PP, identified as the cousin of José Noriel Portillo Gil, known as El Chueco. and which is related to the three murders.

With information from EFE

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