Today begins the dialogue between Mexican government and CNTE to find solutions of hot spots of violence


 Oaxaca Mexico.- Latino Press Worldwide.
Enrique Solana Sentíes.(Concanaco) demanded “We demand to investigate who is behind these facts to determine responsibilities and punish the guilty . We can not tolerate acts of violence that endanger the lives of people and governance of the state and across the country”.
There are many versions of who is who initiated the confrontation between police and protesters Sunday afternoon in Nochixtlán June 19 , Oaxaca . The only thing they agree all these stories is that a group of people with hoods started the fire. The general commissioner of the Federal Police, Enrique Galindo , argues that ” a group of persons other than the teachers’ movement ” fired against civilians , teachers and police . While Gabino Cue, governor of Oaxaca , said organizations like the Broad Front of Popular Struggle and Defense Council and People’s Rights Oaxaca Commune , who have participated in the APPO , as responsible .

After eight dead people that has left up to the moment the confrontation in Nochixtlán , ” the search was successful.” CNTE representatives will talk finally Wednesday with Miguel Ángel Osorio Chong , head of the Ministry of the Interior ( SEGOB)



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