Mexico.- This Wednesday the Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) in coordination with the Secretary of the Interior They announced that on February 12, 2020, they filed a complaint with evidence and a comprehensive and solid perspective.
Through a statement, the IMSS recalled that it was on June 5, 2009 when a warehouse owned by the Ministry of Finance of the government of the state of Sonora caught fire, which spread to the facilities of the ABC Nursery in Hermosillo.
Due to this fact, 49 boys and girls lost their lives, 24 suffered burn injuries and 81 were exposed to smoke and gases caused by the fire, while 56 of whom were diagnosed with some sequel for reasons related to the fire, likewise, 10 adults were injured and 16 with smoke exposure.
As detailed by the Institute, this complaint arises after the commitment of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador with victim families.
In this sense, the complaint filed by the IMSS in 2020 “was based on the minority vote of then-minister Arturo Zaldívar Lelo de Larrea in the investigation carried out by the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation in 2009 on serious violations of human rights. humans”.
“This complaint contemplates new aspects and perspectives in relation to the processes of awarding, contracting, providing and supervising the childcare service at all levels of responsibility. Likewise, various public officials from all levels of government who could be related to the facts”, IMSS mentioned in the statement.
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The Institute added that, for this action, the ministerial authority carried out the corresponding judicialization and linked two people to the process for their probable responsibility in the events. Regarding this, he mentioned that this does not mean that the file is closed, since he assured that the IMSS is currently collaborating in the development of the investigation in coordination with various institutions.
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